The Peach Creek Yard Office.
As the use of coal fades away, the once busy Peach Creek Yard is almost empty today. Only one coal train graces the yard.
CSX 223 sits waiting for both a crew and the signal curfew to finish.
The CSX employee in charge watches over the ARS Corp crew making sure things are safety done.
Changing of the Guard.. While CSX and contractor officials remove the remaining pieces to the C&O cantilever signal at 'FD Cabin', a CSX Communications & Signals employee cleans the exterior lens... (more)
CSX 612 heads down the 16.6 mile Buffalo Subdivision.
In the last light of the evening, loads from Fanco travel over the eastern leg of the Logan Subdivision, east of Peach Creek along the Guyandotte River.
Two units sit beside the yard office at Peach Creek.
A soon to be helper unit drags the empty coal train forward so the head end power can attach.
Arriving in Logan from Panco, CSX H814 has nearly completed it's short run over the Buffalo and Logan Subdivisions to Peach Creek. Upon arrival at Peach Creek, a road crew will then take the train... (more)
An empty train idles in the Peach Creek while light power awaits it's next assignment.
Uneventful day in Peach Creek Yard...
C&O SD40 No. 7551 was assigned to the yard job, and was working momentarily in front of the old concrete coaling tower at Peach Creek Yard in Logan, WV on May 19, 1979.
The crew for an outbound mine run has just arrived and is checking over the power before heading out for a night of shifting coal cars. Units like GP30 No. 3044 were becoming more common in the c... (more)
C&O FD Cabin in Logan, WV was at the junction of the Logan and Island Creek Subdivisions. The image was taken on May 18, 1979.