2 cowl body GE's, 2 of the 84 built, lead the NS 65M north near the NC/Va state line.
Freshly rebuilt EMD NS 1819 leads the NS 272 over the heavily flooded Mayo River on a cool winter morning.
More stored power rests on the West side of the 10th Street bridge in Roanoke. The lines of locomotives are a continuation of the photo that was submitted and became a Top Shot the week of August ... (more)
Just before sunset, the NS 1800 leads the NS 747 north through the community of Price.
The early morning sun rises on a plethora of stored locomotives in the West Yard.
The NS 1169 leads the NS 29G east past a large group of stored power and hoppers in the West Yard.
The NS 4000 "DC to AC" unit and the NS 8103 "Norfolk & Western" lead the NS 747 north at Price.
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".
The NS 1074 Lackawanna leads the NS 272 south through Mayodan.
Built in 1917 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Tweetsie RR #12 leaves the Station for another trip on the short loop around Miner’s Mountain.
The NS 8099 Southern along with the NS 9568 lead the NS 165 "Hospital" train north near Ruffin with 8 dead motors for the Roanoke Shops.
A 5 hour late Amtrak 20 heads north near Pelham.
Ex SOU High Hood NS 5218 heads south over the Mayo River.
Ex SOU High Hood NS 5253 along with the NS 5341, seen here crossing the Smith River, run light back to the Payne Yard after dropping off 10 covered hoppers on the Fontaine Spur.
Amtrak 74 heads east through Efland on a pleasant Fall afternoon.