As late winter snow squalls leave a fresh layer of dry powder in the bottom of the Gorge at Quinnimont, an assortment of power idles east of the yard office and former sight of C&O's QN Cabin. Whi... (more)
CSX EMD and GE mine run power waits for assignments at Quinnimont, along the famed New River sub of C&O heritage. The small terminal was still fairly active, handling coal off the branch from Rale... (more)
Built in late 2011 by Freight Car America, a loaded CSXT company hopper sits in the house track at Quinnimont, damaged from what appears to be the result of the June 2012 'Derecho' storm that was ... (more)
Illuminated by a passing eastbound coal train, the three track signal bridge at E.E. Quinnimont stands guard in the center of the New River Gorge, west of Hinton. E.E. Quinnimont serves as the onl... (more)
CSXT 2246 at Quinnimont Yard.
Clear signal at CP "Neck".. After an evening of heavy downpours, thick fog and mist have formed in the valley of the New River Gorge, as a westbound approaches.. Flanges are squealing and the two ... (more)
Eastbound C&O passenger train George Washington rounding the curve at Quinnimont with a C&O 2-6-6-2 resting to the right. Photo by Bob Drake from the Tom Sink Collection
Jordan Snow Plow with Chessie still sleeping spotted in the remnants of the yard at Quinnimont, deep in the heart of the New River Gorge. Don't see many of these in Southern Appalachia.
It seems every time I visited Quinnimont, WV it was hot and steamy, even in May. On May 20, 1979 the turnaround job from Raleigh had dropped its loads and was heading back home with a train of em... (more)
It was a very steamy morning along the New River as a westbound manifest pulled through the yard at Quinnimont, WV on Aug. 19, 1975. The sun had just popped over the ridge and the local "yard dog... (more)
CSX G866 rounds the extremely sharp curve at Quinnimont headed east for Hinton as a set of light power sits on a spur track by the yard office. If you look very closely to the right of the grain t... (more)
The Cardnal has just departed Prince and speeds past the Quinnimont Yard following a path carved by the New many, many years ago.
A nice collection of snowsplows and cabs sit along the old C&O in Quinnimont WVa.
The Piney Creek shifter rests on some of the yards best track. Earlier in the day, they came down the line with the loaded cars, and put them on life support.
Amtrak train 50, the tri-weekly Cardinal, is accelerating through Quinnimont, West Virginia, after making its stop at Prince.