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  1. NS 9731

    NS 9731

    An eight-unit consist lead by NS 9731 brings a long train into Roanoke on the Winston-Salem line.
  2. Conrail Blue

    Conrail Blue

    NS C40-8W #8409 still in Conrail blue sits at South Yard.
  3. Another Primer

    Another Primer

    Another primer unit at Roanoke Yard.
  4. Old & New

    Old & New

    Old meets new at Norfolk Southern's Roanoke Yard.
  5. NS 9707

    NS 9707

    NS C40-9W #9707 at Roanoke Yard, Roanoke, Virginia.
  6. NS 9678

    NS 9678

    Another NS train leaves the Roanoke Yard.
  7. NS 9831

    NS 9831

    An NS freight heads west through downtown Roanoke.
  8. Switching

    Switching

    A pair of locomotives does some switching at Roanoke Yard.
  9. Inbound

    Inbound

    An NS freight train enters Roanoke Yard.
  10. Heading Out

    Heading Out

    A loaded coal train gets ready to depart from South Yard.
  11. NS 7501

    NS 7501

    Norfolk Southern ES40DC #7501 heads up a train leaving Roanoke Yard.
  12. Colors

    Colors

    A colorful consist leads a train out of Norfolk Southern's Roanoke Yard.
  13. Eastbound

    Eastbound

    Nothing but GE's in this photo as lots of loaded coal trains await their turn to head east out of South Yard.
  14. Black & White

    Black & White

    A study in black and white at Roanoke's South Yard
  15. Coal

    Coal

    Norfolk Southern's South Yard in Roanoke is used exclusively for coal trains.
  16. Norfolk Southern Power

    Norfolk Southern Power

    Several trains await their turn for departure from Norfolk Southern's South Yard in Roanoke.
  17. Black Gold

    Black Gold

    Coal is king at Norfolk Southern's South Yard in Roanoke, VA.
  18. O Winston Link

    O Winston Link

    Roanoke West Virginia
  19. Roanoke Star

    Roanoke Star

    NS ES40DC # 7506 sits at South Yard. The Roanoke Star is on the hill above.
  20. Departure Time

    Departure Time

    An NS train gets ready to leave South Yard.



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