NS 762 is almost to Bluefield as he passes through what is left of the beautiful fall color which is still clinging on before the long nights of winter set in. In less than 16 hours the train woul... (more)
A Roanoke shops rebuild (former Dash9-40C 8789) leads loaded coal train 762 by the iconic N&W CPL signals at Keystone, WV.
After getting their helpers added on, 762 departs Farm, passing the CPL Signals governing Westbounds through the interlocking.
NS 4002 and NS 4000, 2 of the special painted AC44C6M rebuilds, lead Eastbound 762 through Keystone, passing the CPL signal which is slated to be replaced in the coming weeks.
NS 4002 and NS 4000, 2 of the special painted AC44C6M rebuilds, lead Eastbound 762 through the town of Davy, a few miles away from getting their helpers at Farm.
NS 762 has a full train and two pushers. They won't be stopping to pick up loads today.
A beautiful fall scene as a coal train splits the CPL's near Davy.
Coal loads roll Eastbound through Sprigg with an SD70M-2 in the lead.
Led by the familiar face of a recently repainted C40-9W, NS westbound empty unit coal train 762 curves through the small town of Matewan, West Virginia on the rails of the former N&W Pocahontas Di... (more)
A trio of GE's lead an eastbound coal drag up the Elkhorn Grade as it knocks down the signal in Switchback on the Pocahontas District.
Waiting on 17M to crossover in Bluefield, a pair of foreign GE's idle on an eastbound coal train as the snow melts.
NS 762 pulls upgrade as it crosses a short bridge near Bluefield with a pair of foreign GE's leading upgrade.
Struggling hard up the Elkhorn Grade, two veteran GE's lead 762 as it knocks down the signal at Switchback.
In this pretty snow-scene, the Lehigh Valley heritage unit shoves hard on the rear of No. 762 through Yards, Va., after completing its assault over Elkhorn Grade on NS' busy Pocahontas District.
Coal moves east on the Pokey to a Progress Energy Plant down south while loaded Top Gons sits in Devon storage tracks waiting to be picked up and taken west towards Williamson.