NS V19 working the yard at Bristol with the Dupont Caer Car in their train.
The face of famed Southern fan-tripper 4501 reflects the morning sun at Bristol, VA before departure on a r/t to Radford.
NS V19 waits for work on the VSW track.
The early morning sun is lighting up the 37Q as it waits for a late eastbound 202 to get by.
NS V19 tied down for the afternoon over on the VSW.
NS 22A rolls into an empty Bristol Yard with the standard GEVO leader.
NS 25N rolls into Bristol with a pair of C40-9Ws leading the way on a sunny afternoon. Just around the corner from me was fellow RP.net contributor Dustin Grizzle, Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: GE C40-9W (Dash 9-40CW)Location: Bristol, Virginia, USALocomotive #: NS 9642Train ID: NS 25NPhoto Date: March 17, 2011
Parked on the crosstown track with a curious yellow door that is an eye-catcher.
NS 819 Heads toward the Bristol yard with a long train of empty hoppers.
NS 25N coasts downgrade past the MP 402.6 at track speed with autoracks trailing.
Warbonnet leader today on NS 974 works hard to get moving away from the Bristol yard.
NS V40 tied down on the VSW by the entrance to the Bristol Yard.
With a fresh crew ready to board, NS 22A is about to get rolling to Central Division trackage toward Knoxville TN.
Spotting cement and asphalt cars.
NS 22A passes the 37Q, dealing with EOT issues, as it tries to leave the yard at Bristol. 22A would stop with DPU issues before making it out of the yard.