The 956 Special hauling the N&W Y6a 2156 to Roanoke passes through the signals at Colombia Coal, after a brief stop in Fort Gay due to a tree on the rails.
The 956 Special hauling the N&W Y6a 2156 to Roanoke passes the N&W CPL's at Panco.
Along the journey from St Louis to Roanoke, Norfolk and Western Y6a #2156 was able to greet an old friend: The coaling tower at Prichard, West Virginia. If these two relics could talk, they could... (more)
NS 6923 Leads a NS956 south. This move was to position passenger cars for the Kentucky Derby Trains.
A new Loram rail grinder waits at the signals at South Charleston for traffic to clear.
May just be a pair of boring CSX GEs but, it's hard to argue that they look good in this setting.
With a fresh crew and a clear route ahead, CSXT 241 heads west out of Hinton, WV with Empties for the mines of south western WV. The C&O Signals and infrastructure have all but dis-appeared in Wes... (more)
The Kenova local waits for clearance on the tracks ahead while the Kenova Volunteer Fire Department conducts a training exercise.
CSX Transportation engine 466 charges west with a string of racks in tow.
The Capitol Limited glides on over the Potomac River as it slows down for it's stop at the Harpers Ferry station.
Standing guard for over half a century these Norfolk and Western CPL signals now lay dormant having given way to the newer signals seen approx 100 yards to the n... (more)
At the end of a beautiful clear April evening, westbound intermodal 217 races across the N&W Ohio River Bridge on it's trip west towards Columbus and points beyond.
A westbound Maryland Area Rail Commuter train crosses the Potomac River after exiting Harpers Ferry Tunnel into brilliant afternoon sunshine at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, on April 24, 1996.