The original Norfolk Southern heritage unit leads NS 19M, the new 189, westbound into Roanoke for a crew change a to work the yard. It is passing what is left of the dead line. Now it mainly consi... (more)
NS 9722 leads an eight unit lash-up westbound through downtown Roanoke with an empty hopper train. The auto-rack train on the adjacent track is headed northbound up the Shenandoah line.
NS/Progress Rail PR43C's 4000, 4001, and 4300 gathered around the East End Shop's turntable while being tested in Roanoke, VA.
Empty Unit Grain NS 51G making it's way though the curves at 8 1/2 St. Westbound into the star city Roanoke, Va
A westbound MOW train departing Roanoke with an SD40-2 in the lead.
NS V60 trash train heads west by the doomed East End shops in Roanoke with a single SD40-2 on point.
The Pennsylvania heritage units bring NS 217 into Roanoke, Va for a crew change.
Ready to assault NS’s Starkey Hill alone with 60 some odd coal loads this visitor looks up to the task. It was quite a chase. Apparently the test was successful.
As the early morning sun rises, several long lines of empty hoppers and stored locomotives sit in the West Yard at Roanoke.
Another view of this scene showing only the locomotives can be viewed... (more)
NS 746 heads south on the Winston Salem District in Roanoke, Va. It is about to cross over Electric Rd.
The NS 4000 and NS 4001 "DC to AC" units lead the NS 756 over the climb of Starkey Hill and continue south to Belews Creek Steam Station.
Amtrak 156 (NS 016) rolls out of town under the 8 1/2 street signals and by the soon to close FreightCar America shops.
Amtrak Regional 156 backs down Williamson Road SE in Roanoke, VA on the morning of Sunday, November 24, 2019 withP42DC 130 (Phase II) pushing as it approaches the Amtrak Roanoke Station.
Amtrak Regional 156 departs Roanoke, VA on the morning of Sunday, November 24, 2019 with P42DC 130 (Phase II) in the lead. It is seen passing the former Norfolk & Western Railway Shops, currently ... (more)