The 1986 edition of the New River Train , with NKP 765 in charge, storms through Prince, West Virginia.
The Westbound trip of the New River train passes the C&O station and a tied down coal train at Prince.
The former C&O station at Prince was built in 1946. The modern setting awaits the passage of NKP Berkshire 765 on the New River Train on a beautiful fall day.
A very unusual Art Deco style of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway logo appears on the Prince, WV station.
Making a late arrival, Amtrak's westbound Cardinal prepares for its station stop at Prince, W.Va.
Seaboard System FP7A, 118, former Clinchfield 200, and two F7B units exit Stretchers Neck Tunnel eastbound with one of the 1984 New River Trains. The tunnel is approximately a quarter mile west of... (more)
Heading westbound on the journey for home, the New River Train passes the iconic C&O Art Deco passenger depot at Prince, West Virginia. The station, which serves the greater Beckley area, has bee... (more)
A set of lite power sits in the siding by the Prince depot on a cool clear starry nite.
The Prince Brothers General Store closed its doors in 1984, ending 112 years of continuous operation. Here a CSX power move rolls past the store on October 11, 1986, the same year that it was plac... (more)
The early evidence of the CSX consolidation is visible in the motive power consist of this westbound hopper train rolling through Prince, West Virginia. The usual assortment of Chessie EMD’s is jo... (more)
This train does not stop at Prince - NKP 765 puts on quite a show as it passes the noted C&O/Amtrak passenger station at Prince, West Virginia with the New River Train in tow.
Under the cover of darkness, a unique "Push and Pull" Eccles, WV bound empty hopper train works past the iconic C&O Station at Prince. This will be the first coal train to run through R... (more)
The first train to traverse the Piney Creek Sub since a rock slide forced the closure of the west end of Raleigh Yard is halfway through the 1.5 trip on the New River Sub main from Quinnimont to P... (more)
Amtrak 50 rolling to a stop at a very photogenic Prince Depot.
CSX V772, an empty grain train, passes under the C&O styled cantilever signal on the east side of Prince