This Louisville & Indiana crew just finished switching in the yard at Jeffersonville, Indiana.
This pair of beautifully restored Chesse cabooses sits across from the Hyndman station in a lucky railfan's backyard.
A lone AC4400CW takes a train of military equipment west near Fairhope, Pennsylvania.
A helper set is heading west through Meyersdale, Pennsylvania, after pushing an eastbound train up to Sand Patch.
The morning lineup, ready to head east, at MX Cabin on the east side of Hinton, West Virginia.
The Cowen helpers sit quietly under a blue West Virginia sky.
A southbound work train with rail gang equipment is passing through London, Kentucky.
A mine shifter is working on the mainline, in a quiet Kentucky coal town, just ahead of a storm.
The power for the R.J. Corman unit train has just run around its train and will now couple onto the east end at Rush Run siding.
Like an ancient Mayan temple, the massive abandoned coaling dock rises above the jungle at Hinton, West Virginia.
An eastbound train is passing the shell of the former CW Cabin at the west end of Hinton, West Virginia.
A silent sentinel is all that remains of the glory days of railroading at the former C&O Cane Fork Yard near Eskdale, West Virginia.
Switching loaded coal hoppers at the CSX interchange at Winifrede Junction.
The Alco "Twinkie" model. This is a remote switcher used at the barge loading facility of the Big Eagle Railroad (formerly the Winifrede Railroad).
The power for the Kohlsaat flood loader is sitting quietly at the west end of the mine tracks. A portion of the mine can be seen on the hillside in the distance.