On the last Saturday of the New River excursion, Amtrak 113 leads the train around the curve at Hawks Nest without crossing over the bridge this time.
A victim of the Huntington Shop wizards, CSX 8802 is devoid of its center traction motor and fuel tank, making this a very peculiar looking 4 axle SD40-2.
Eastbound grain loads gallop through the capital city in downtown Charleston, sporting a pair of brand new GE ET44AC locomotives on the head end.
The new kid on the block... CSX Transportation's newest state-of-the-art locomotive, the GE ET44AC No. 3258 leads a unit train of Brice, N.C. coal through downtown Hurricane, westbound on t... (more)
Thunderstorms dance around the Kanawha River valley painting the sky and highlighting unique low hanging cloud structure during an unusual nighttime August thunderstorm.
After bringing coal empties from Newport News to the coalfields of rural Elk Run, three locomotives run light by the St. Albans Depot, westbound on the C&O main. A BNSF visitor to these parts is a... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal No. 50 passes the C&O depot in St. Albans on its early morning run toward Washington D.C. from Chicago. The train will make stops at Charleston, Montgomery, Thur... (more)
Westbound crude oil empties led by two CSX ES44AC's slice through the interlocking at Coal Dock, westbound on the C&O mainline to Russell, Ky. The oil empties are enroute to the Bakken oil fields ... (more)
Amtrak conductor Larry Bjornson unloads bags from the new baggage car of Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 in a damp and humid Huntington, W.Va. on the night of July 19, 2015.
Run-through BNSF power leads a westbound Slyster, W.Va. - Monroe, Mich. utility coal train west on the C&O mainline in Hurricane.
With less then 20 minutes till sunset the rails glow as a eastbound grain train kicks up a little dust.
Last of the breed on the Kanawha Subdivision.
A loaded coal train rounds the curve below one of the overlooks at Hawks Nest.