Gerald Corder of the Locust Heights and Western Railroad sits at the Saw Mill as the Climax simmers away under the days failing light.
What started as a caboose built as a playhouse transformed ... (more)
It's "1907" and two Locust Heights and Western Railroad employees pause to pose for a photograph outside the sawmill as Climax A #1 stands ready in the background to continue work. Lighting provid... (more)
EMD's newest creations, EMD Tier 4 SD70ACE's bring train CSX Q31719 westbound through MO Tower interlocking in Clarksburg, WV.
A pair of Electro-Motive Progress Rail EMD SD70ACe Tier 4 demonstrators hustle CSX Q317 west across the former B&O in downtown Clarksburg, W.Va., under less than optimal weather conditions.
An R.J. Corman employee surveys the derailment scene involving SD70MAC No. 4542 and approximately 8 loaded coal cars along the former B&O Shortline Subdivision near Clarksburg. A mudslide was the ... (more)
After encountering a rock slide two weeks earlier and derailing over a 100 ft. embankment, CSXT SD70MAC No. 4542 rests on a spur track in the former B&O yard of Clarksburg. Severely damaged, the f... (more)
A single SD60 shoves a loaded Benwooder west thru Clarksburg on the former B&O.
Westbound Q317 passes thru Tunnel No. 1 on the old B&O.
A empty Robinson Run train creeps through Clarksburg waiting for a loaded ballast train to finish its work between Clarksburg and Lumberport before being able to head west. One arriving on the sec... (more)
A former Chessie GP40 switches the old B&O yard in Clarksburg.
The Clarksburg Turn arrives from Grafton with a single GP38-2 and a caboose.
I stood on the route 50 bridge for several hours. Then snow fluries moved in and my feet started to freeze. Another great coal job from Grafton showed up with F unit and GP-9. I grabed the shot an... (more)
Neither rain nor snow etc. will keep the hostler from putting sand in these here engines.