It is hard to believe this was 25 years ago today, but here is the annual New River Train blasting through the fog at track speed eastbound at the east end of Barboursville on October 14, 1989. M... (more)
A eastbound grain train looks to have picked the siding switch below the famed New River bridge. Most of the derailment has been cleaned up but these two derailed cars are going to take some work ... (more)
Train number 50 with both the F40 and Veterans unit passes by just minutes away from there stop at Charleston.
Positioned in the center of the town's modern day commercial district, the 1906 built Chesapeake & Ohio St. Albans Depot watches over the double track mainline as it has over for a century. An ori... (more)
Ascending Scary Hill, a former Santa Fe SD75M leads westbound crude oil empties across the former C&O mainline near St. Albans. The resurrection of these former EMD wide noses have found themselve... (more)
A nice clean warbonnet leads empty oil cans west on a cold April day as sleet and snow falls.
After unloading at the Yorktown, Va. crude processing facility, westbound empties streak through St. Albans under the lead power of a veteran Warbonnet C44-9W. The train is enroute to the CSX/BNSF... (more)
Destined for North Carolina, an eastbound grain train from the Midwest catches the afternoon sun in this broadside perspective of its BNSF SD70ACe leader.
Under gray and gloomy skies two new rebuilds tie down a string of cars for KRT.
The pine trees at Big Rock make for a spring like setting as a leased HLCX unit leads Q303.
After unloading crude oil at a refinery in Yorktown, empties roll westbound through Kenova underneath N&W's Portsmouth to Williamson mainline.
Crossing the Coal River into St. Albans, a former Burlington Northern SD40-2 owned by Helm Leasing and currently on lease to CSX leads a unit train of coal empties for Bull's Creek mine on CSX's B... (more)