The boys are back, and they're looking for trouble! As the Dropkick Murphys song goes, the two Tier 4 SD70ACe demonstrators loaned to CSX have escaped Queensgate Yard after weeks of ... (more)
A stunning sunset silhouettes (try saying that three times fast!) the Huntington Locomotive Shops on a beautiful December evening. In the Upper Yard, a long line of EMD motors including several S... (more)
CSXT 546 awaits its fate just like the many stored units in the Huntington deadline. Scribbled on the nose of the 546 is "Do not Board, Do not occupy" as this unit was involved in an acc... (more)
The second of four excursions of the 50th Annual New River Train idles on the running track as the final preparations are made for the day's journey through the Kanawha Valley & New River Gorge to... (more)
Another more front view of CSXT 1837 a rebuilt GE C30-7 now a GE Slug.
The engine deadline at Huntington is mostly of SD40-2's waiting for there rebuilds into SD40-3's in this line is the last CSX in Conrail paint and a Iowa Chicago and Eastern engine.
385,000 pounds of Rolling Thunder sits just west of the CSX Huntington Yard former CSXT, LN and Seaboard 7067 a C30-7 was rebuilt into a GE Yard slug and was donated to the university by the Hunti... (more)
Amtrak America...sort ofAmtrak's two Phase III heritage-schemed motors, P40DC #822 and P42DC #145 are on the point of the westbound Cardinal, slowing down for their station stop at ... (more)
Coupled against a former Conrail GE B40-8, a CSX Huntington-rebuild GP38-3 No. 2018 rests at CSX's 16th Street yard in Huntington, bunkered down for inclement weather brought to us by Winter Storm... (more)
On the eve of what would become the region's worst winter storm in more than decades, veteran CSX GE B40-8 No. 5951 idles up against nearby Huntington, W.Va. rebuilt GP38-3 No. 2018 at the railroa... (more)
A victim of the Huntington Shop wizards, CSXT 8802 is devoid of its center traction motor and fuel tank, making this a very peculiar looking 4 axle SD40-2.
Not your typical day in South Yard...Amtrak's Phase I heritage P42DC No. 156 sits coupled up to a string of five private cars that help contribute to the New River Train's premium passenger... (more)
Amtrak conductor Larry Bjornson unloads bags from the new baggage car of Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 in a damp and humid Huntington, W.Va. on the night of July 19, 2015.
Flashback to the mid 20th Century.
With the Amtrak Exhibit train dead in tow mid-train, the westbound Cardinal slows down for their first stop for a quick crew change, before mov... (more)
First of 12 former NS SD40-2's to be patched and prepared for service on CSX. And yes, the number boards will be changed.