The former C&O station in Lee Hall, VA basks in beautiful sunlight after it's restoration and movement across the mainline. Soon C&O #2756 will be moved from nearby Huntington Park and placed on ... (more)
I ran across one of the crossing gates at Lee Hall with a back cover to its control box hanging. I called CSX to let them know and then snapped a few shots. As an electrician I found the inner wo... (more)
On mothers day the former C&O, and CSX signal bridge at Lee Hall is reunited on the ground after it was removed from service. It took only an hour and a half, with two trains complicating things,... (more)
On mothers day 2014 maintenance works to remove a former C&O signal. It took only an hour and a half, with two trains complicating things, to remove something that has stood 50+ years.
The Newport News section of the GEORGE WASHINGTON slows for a stop at Lee Hall.
EB CSX T225 a loaded coal train is creating a wake of coal dust as it makes its way under one of the few remaining ex-C&O cantilever signals at Lee Hall, Va.
The Spirit of West Virginia westbound through Lee Hall with empties from Newport News.
Heritage unit 66 leads train #67 thru the crossover at Lee Hall, nearing its destination of Newport News.
Amtrak 66, Northeast Regional, from Newport News to Boston, passes Lee Hall and a tied down work train with CSXT 2490, an SD50-2, for power.
The GP 30 body style lives on! CSXT 2289 was originally built in 1962 as B&O 6906. Now almost 19 years into its second life as a road slug, the 2289 is paired with GP 40-2 6926.
Lee Hall depot was built in 1881 by the C&O Railway. It is bright yellow with a red/brown roof. It has been bought by the City of Newport News and will be moved across the tracks and restored.