The freshly fallen snow makes a nice contrast with the rich, black, Northern Appalachian Baily Mine coal on a cold winter morning at Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS 8104 Lehigh Valley sits and spots the second cut of hoppers being pushed in to the yard at Belews Creek.
The NS 1071 CNJ sits in the south end of the yard along with the NS 1071 Reading at Belews Creek. To the right, the empties of the NS 747 can be seen leaving.
A Stator for a 600mw generator sits outside the plant, waiting for Norfolk Southern to take it to Charlotte, NC for Siemens to rebuild.
The NS 8101 Central of Georgia pushes the NS 746 past one of the last remaining N&W CPL's on the Winston-Salem District, the Belews Creek Steam Station spur.
At twilight, the NS 1067 Reading with the 1071 Jersey Central trailing lead the 746 on the Belews Creek spur past one of the last remaining CPL's on the Winston-Salem District with another load of... (more)
The NS 1067 Reading and the NS 1071 Jersey Central await the crew to take the empty hoppers to the left in the photo back north.
The NS 1071 CNJ and the 1067 Reading lead the 754 into the yard at Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS 1067 Reading with the 1071 Jersey Central sit in the yard at Belews Creek Steam Station while one of the stations Republic switchers heads down the track to unload a limestone train.
The NS Q46 slowly heads into the East Yard at Belews Creek Steam Station.
As viewed from the rooftop of the powerhouse, the NS 8100 Nickel Plate Road returns to Belews Creek Steam Station. The BNSF ACe 9152 is helping pull the load of coal onto the yard.
The NS Q46 arrives at Belews Creek Steam Station just after sunset.
The NS 6920 Honoring our Veterans unit sits in the Limestone Yard at Belews Creek Steam Station after pushing the 68R in during the night.
The 756 stops in the yard with its load delivered to Belews Creek Steam Station.