The NS 8105 sits in front of the Bristol Train Station at night under a nearly full moon.
No fancy paint scheme leads, just good old B&W on the westbound departing on the siding track.
Waiting for further duties after 42 years of service. Rear unit is a SD40-2
The Barnum & Bailey Circus train pulls away from the call office at Bristol after a brief crew change during its trip to Norfolk.
One of the two locals working out of the Bristol yards switching cars at concrete plant.
The eastbound local waits patiently for the pending arrival of WB 25N whose Tennessee crew can be seen at far right. Empty coal hopper train (split) is at left.
The freshly repainted N&W 1776 brings up the rear of a lite power moving passing by the restored Bristol depot.
Delivering cement and liquid asphalt on a brilliant winter day.
Heavy winds blow snow flurries around as the end of 23G passes local V40 heading east away from Bristol.
Getting underway with a long string of empties returning to the mine.
A blue flag is still stuck in the side of office car "Claytor Lake," on the rear of N&W number 42, the eastbound "Pelican"--but in 15 minutes it will be removed, and the train will highball for Ro... (more)
Looking might sharp for a 37 year old. In background is rear of 38Q on track 2 and on the main is 819, WB empty coal hoppers.
A brief shimmer of sunshine lights up NS 937 as it departs the yard at Bristol under a dark, December sky.
Getting underway while 22A waits on the adjacent track.
Power is in process of running around the train for the return leg of the excursion that originated in Roanoke.