Chessie System GP-9 number 6240, originally built for the Chesapeake & Ohio emerges from the morning fog on a trestle south of Romney. The photo charter organized by Chase Gunnoe Photography on th... (more)
Chessie 6240 rounds the curve on a trestle after coming out of the fog on the first stop of a photo charter by Chase Gannoe
CSXT 2501, one of the 'mothers' in the consist of the dual set of 'Mother and Slug' type locomotives slowly eases under the Norfolk Southern bridge in Kenova, WV.
Chessie System GP9 #6240 brings up the rear of a Potomac Eagle excursion train (led by B&O F7 #722) south of Romney as the tracks and river venture off into "The Trough".
Another great Chase Gunnoe photo charter which included a two day trip over the Potomic Eagle and a night photo secession. Here Chessie System GP-9 number 6240, bulit in August 1957 as Chesapeake... (more)
As the calendar turns to 2015 the CPL's at Willowton are on borrowed time. In a typical scene that has played out thousands of times, a Dash-9 leads a morning eastbound through the CPL signals.
A westbound CSX coal train crosses into Harpers Ferry, WV with a beat up SD70MAC leader on a surprisingly hot April afternoon.
A somewhat late 233 passes through Matewan as the sun has finally came out on an otherwise dreary day.
40V rolls through the single track at Wolf Creek, one of 3 single track sections on the Pocahontas Division mainline, passing under US 52, about to enter Big Sandy Tunnel 1.
NS 9042 leads her consist eastbound past a set of classic signals at Willowton, WV.
U813 crawls up the grade at Bardane (Hobbs), West Virginia.
Westbound 17M passes through Sprigg with a trio of UP SD70M's.
On foreign rails, UP 8814 leads an NS train over the ex-Norfolk and Western Ohio River bridge.
CREX 1429 leads K055 through the s-curve at Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia.
227 flies down the NS H line on a beautiful March day.