As a kid growing up in Athens, I spent hours some days waiting at Armitage hoping for a train. Most of the time nothing showed up, but when I was lucky enough to catch a train, it made all the wai... (more)
With shadows growing long on a perfect Spring evening, two leased SD60s shove a coal train over the West Virginia Secondary.
A year and a day after Norfolk Southern ran their last train over the West Virginia Secondary, two leased NS SD60s fittingly led KNWA 381 north. Here we see the train skirting the Hocking River in... (more)
For a short distance, Ervin Road and the WV Secondary occupy almost the same space, with the former taking the high ground. You can just make out the road in this shot, towering over the S-curve.
The NS 44N, powered by NS C40-9W No. 9765, waits on the main while NS 604 clears up into the siding at Armitage on the former Conrail West Virginia Secondary. The 9407 is one of two helper units ... (more)
Norfolk Southern Railtrain ending the night at arm siding
After Ending up in Chancey i came across the 44N
Norfolk Southern 1651 on 380 Southbound after meeting the 381 Northbound at arm sidingPRINTS AVAILABLE
Crossing the Bike Path before taking the siding at the North end of armitage Siding befor a meet with the 45N later that night.
The Very First White Nose Locomotive to be spotted on the West Virginia Secondary
The 45N waits on its conductor at milepost 79.9 (Hocking) before heading north into columbus after meeting the 44N southbound at arm siding also Notice some damage from the trees.
A picture of the T/E NS 8926 south at arm after meeting the T/E NS 6166 North at armitage Siding notice the new air conditon unit on the second unit
NS SD40-2 No. 6119 leads the 45N north through Grosvenor, along the West Virginia Secondary, on its way to Buckeye Yard in Columbus.