The NS 8114, the Original Norfolk Southern Heritage unit, leads a 130 car coal train destined for Belews Creek Steam Station south on the "Punkin Vine".
NS 8114, the Norfolk Southern Railway Company heritage motor leads NS Q46 towards the Belews Creek Steam Station with 110 cars of black diamonds in tow.
With the EMD T4 ACE demo units in-charge, NS Q46 charges south through the community of Price, NC on its way to Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS Q46 arrives at Belews Creek Steam Station with the EMDX 1607 leading the 105 car coal train.
The NS 1030 "Anniversary Unit" leads the Q46 south through Mayodan.
Q46 is stopped at Armours waiting on a crew change with the GoRail unit on point.
The NS Q46 passes under the massive CSX Northern Sub flyover bridge.
Zipping around the bend, and through the River Rd crossing, the NS Q46 passes the retaining wall made out of old rail to keep the track from washing out when the Scioto River floods.
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.
Destined for Belews Creek, NC, eastbound Q46 (2nd 746), holds back at Thacker to meet 233, with the Reading and Jersey Central heritage units.
The NS Q46 slowly heads into the East Yard at Belews Creek Steam Station.
The NS Q46 arrives at Belews Creek Steam Station just after sunset.