A few engines quietly rest in the South Yard.
A coal train led by BNSF 5306 stops to give the right-of-way to the intermodal that stopped for a crew change.
"Foreign " power rests quietly in the south yard. (note the E.O.T. or FRED on the front of UP 6067) Canon Rebel XTi-Canon EF 70-20mm f/2.8L USM
Ex-Southern Pacific 123 sits in the South Yard still wearing her SP colors.
A freshly repainted Ex-Conrail locomotive and an HLCX SD40-2 both catch a breather in the last rays of a crystal clear Friday afternoon.
Hot Zone! (Note the air hose hooked to the line of coal cars to keep the air pressure up for the brakes. I suspect this yard is on a down grade as earlier two units, one idling and the other barel... (more)
NS 8705 and Ex-Conrail 8735 sit in the rays of dawn as day breaks over Roanoke.
NS 2587 and 9801 bask in the morning sunlight as dawn breaks over Roanoke.
A SD70M sits in the south yard at daybreak. This is only one of the 10 engines in this style of SD70M that NS owns.
Engine Numbers 2587, 8705, 8375 and 9720 all sit in the south yard as day breaks in Roanoke. (2587 is only one of ten body styles of the SD70M that NS owns)
NS 9672 waits to fuel up as NS 2542 finishes a lengthy fill-up.
CSX 7852 waits for the air check to be completed and soon departs out of the yard.
After digging through some old files, I found this photo of NS 9735 getting some fuel.