NS has recently added coal trains to the Shenandoah Valley circuit.
NS 202 makes an early morning appearance through Stanley, VA.
NS 16T clears the crossing at Mt. Carmel Road with the Pennsy heritage unit in tow.
NS coal train 876 crosses the Hawksbill Creek in Luray, VA on a beautiful Easter Sunday.
NS 202 gets ready to clear the signal at Stonewall with Massanutten mountain in the left hand corner.
NS V92 (the Harrisonburg local) makes it's way south on a beautiful winter Sunday morning.
NS 202 travels across the high bridge after 8 inches fell the previous day with a pair of Tier 4 engines.
NS 16T travels across the high bridge after 8 inches fell the previous day.
NS 16T approaches the final detector before it's crew change in Shenandoah.
NS 16T continues north after meeting 201. The farm fields in the foreground contain small lakes after the wettest year on record in Virginia.
NS 201 departs Shenandoah on a frosty winter morning.
NS 16T approaches the signals at Lynnwood.
NS 201 begins its trip south as it approaches the second road crossing after leaving Shenandoah.
The NS Chesapeake & Western (CW) local heads to Shenandoah with Massanutten mountain in the background on a cold Sunday morning.
NS 202 hits the crossing at Lynnwood with more motor power than usual.