Spring is in the air in Southern Ohio as a pair of HLCX SD40-2's lead an eastbound train of brand new empty coal hoppers down the Northern Sub past a C&O era cantilever that stands on borrowed tim... (more)
Westbound coal train T361 crosses the Ohio river and into the state of Ohio via the 1550 foot long continuous truss span that is the Limeville-Sciotoville bridge.
Three C&O standards come together at once: coal, grain, and center sidings. While Q310 does their work at Vauces, a loaded coal train rolls down main one, and an empty grain train creeps up main t... (more)
Westbound coal empties roll across the Salt Creek bridge behind a single "boxcar logo" GEVO.
On a warm March day, an empty coal drag rolls eastbound and past some partially snow covered fields in southern Ohio. To the rear of the train some old C&O signals can be seen.
G888-20, with one of CSX's newest, takes a medium clear out of the passing siding from the C&O cantilever at KN Cabin. The sun has just dropped under the clouds giving an eerie glow to the evening... (more)
Southbound coal drag on the old C&O at the north end of Carey.
A loaded grain train climbs the hill at MR Cabin and ducks under the C&O signal bridge at the west end of double track between MR Cabin and BR Cabin. Time is growing short for the C&O signals alon... (more)
A westbound manifest lights up the 3 track cantilever at the west end of Vauces on a clear and becoming rapidly colder evening.
Eastbound loads make their way down the Northern Sub working past ZK Cabin and under the 2 track cantilever.
The crew of CSX Local H776 have finished their work at Vauces and are now working back west, caboose first, past the scene at the west end of the siding.
A lightly loaded rail train makes it's way east first thing in the morning passing under the 3 track cantilever at the west end of Vauces on the Northern Sub.
Southbound manifest passes the C&O signals at E.E. Robbins
Southbound coal drag passing the East End Vauces middle track and C&O style signals.
Southbound coal drag passing the northbound cantilever at VA Junction.