Interior view of greenbrier class locomotive 614.
This C&O veteran is looking mighty fine.
C&O 614 sits on display at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA in a god awful green paint scheme
The westbound Cardinal brakes to a stop a the former C&O station at Clifton Forge. This was once a major coal classification yard for the C&O, and also hosted one of the system's major locomotive ... (more)
Running about 30 minutes late, the eastbound Cardinal's station stop will see two leave and five passengers board.
C&O U25B No. 8107 was positioned for load testing in Clifton Forge, VA on July 28, 1979. At the time, U25Bs were dropping like flies, with plenty of them retired and stored at Clifton Forge. I g... (more)
C&O 614 is displayed at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA. It wears the logos of the Greenbrier Hotel, located nearby in White Sulphur Springs, and was painted and lettered for... (more)
Inside the cab of C&O 614, currently on display at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA, is an interesting mix of old and new technology (note the 26L brake stand and the MU contro... (more)
An empty coal train pulls out of Clifton Forge bound for Hinton
Train time at Clifton Forge on a foggy winter morning.
Break time at Clifton Forge yard. Crewmen warm themselves around a pot bellied stove during a pause from their switching chores. The engineer takes opportunity to clean the cab window of his engin... (more)
A 14mm pilot perspective of the newly repainted C&O 614.
Back before Clifton Forge was seriously downsized...