N760 crosses under the C&O Cantilever signal guarding the crossovers at Dawkins, just East of Paintsville.
MTY's, MTY's, MTY's, as far as the eye can see. Good to see a little activity in the Paintsville Yard (finally). Also, a CR train can be spotted in the their midst, along with, at about 10;00 o'cl... (more)
110 loads for Ceredo from Coal Run Jct. pass through the pure C&O interlocking at W.E. Paintsville on the railroad's Big Sandy Subdivision.
CSX EMD GP40-2 No. 6972 and mother idle near F.S. Vanhoose & Co. lumber spur in Paintsville yard. While coal is dominant in this section of eastern Kentucky, locally owned businesses still contrib... (more)
Dawkins Shifter rolls pass the former depot. Last passenger train ran back in 1963 using two RDC-4's with a baggage car towed on the back end.
Dawkins shifter motive power is tied up for the day. In the background on the left is the single stall engine house that was used in the steam days for light running repairs for the many 2-6-6-2... (more)
Newly repainted and probably on borrowed time, this unit is far away from the high priority freights it was purchased for.
RDC-4 9080 leads westbound #39 operating between Elkhorn City, KY and Ashland, KY preparing to pick up an empty express car (far left in the background) at Paintsville yard.