None other than the famed Class J, 611, backs up for a photo runby at the west side of Elkhorn Tunnel. There was plenty of space for the patrons on this excursion to stand, but with the train head... (more)
The NS 1067 Reading with the 1071 CNJ trailing lead the Q47 past the CPL's at Ingleside.
Number 51, the westbound Cardinal, passes beneath a cantilever C&O era signal bridge lurking in the shadows as its heads towards Thurmond, Huntington and ultimately, Chicago.
"CNJ, Reading and New Daniels"
New signals are up at "New Daniels" between Shenandoah Junction and Charles Town, WV on Norfolk Southern's H Line as part of a siding extension project t... (more)
Eastbound 859 passes the signal at College with an empty hopper train.
A solo BNSF SD70ACe leads 200 empties on 80W Eastbound through Sprigg, as the fog rises from a rain shower that ended minutes earlier.
Westbound between Hemphill Tunnel No 2 (closest) and 1 at Farm, WV. The certainly used a different method to notch the tunnels here on the East Coast.
A CSX light power move makes its way past the NS interchange yard in Kenova, West Virginia along the old C&O main line.
"Falling Waters" Falling Waters is a spot where a short stream fed by springs abruptly changes levels into multiple waterfalls before entering the Potomac River just off to th... (more)
On an unseasonably cool afternoon, with the fog still lingering on the mountain tops, Eastbound loads of coal cross the 111 year old Sewell Bridge deep in the New River Gorge.
A string of GATX leased units sits on the A&O Yard on a quiet Saturday morning.
On the duo's third trip through the area, the Reading and CNJ heritage units are still together and lead 746 through Kermit.
An empty coal drag illuminates the historic N&W CPLs as it returns toward the mines of Pennsylvania through the famous Shenandoah Jct. Thanks Jim Johnston for your hospitality!
Chesapeake & Ohio 614 has turned and is back on its train as it gets ready to leave Terra Alta, W.Va., with the Chessie Safety Express. The trip originated in Cumberland, Md., and featured the lon... (more)