A very short and strange movement with 2 motors and 5 empty gons, 82W splits the CPL's at Sprigg Eastbound as 23Q goes by Westbound on Main 2.
Harper's Ferry WV 5/17/2014 - Running at flood stage 15 feet above normal, the swollen Potomac and Shenadoah Rivers thrust 13,500 cubic feet of water per second underneath Amtrak's westbound Capit... (more)
After turning on the wye at Devon, TVRM's Southern Consolidation 630 leads "The Tri County Mountaineer" out of the tunnel at Ought One on Norfolk Southern's Buchanan Branch during the last run of ... (more)
Situated along C&O's Alleghany grade, an eastbound heavy tonnage coal drag illuminates the intermediate cantilever style signals at secluded Sugar Camp, between White Sulphur Springs and Tuckahoe.
Slug set pulling 100 loads of NS hoppers to Russell, KY
Amtrak PO 30 Led By Engine 47, 166,129 East
188 comes East through White in the late evening with a colorful lashup, including a CN leader, and BCOL trailing.
The Potomac Eagle makes a brief stop at Wapocomo Station after an early morning trip to Green Spring. After picking up a few more passengers it will continue South towards Moorefield.
It's midnight on the Cumberland Subdivision as workers chisel away at the lining of the famous Harper's Ferry tunnel. An all night curfew on the weekends is providing eight hours of work each nigh... (more)
Standing in the rain, watching 6 locomotives (3 more on the rear) and 100 loads of coal grind up the 2+ percent grade over the town of Covel. A nice way to spend National Train Day.
Eastbound freight 188 has taken a straight shot through Williamson and heads East through Rawl.
Eastbound ethanol loads exit Hatfield Tunnel, the only spot on the Pokey mainline that goes into Kentucky, although very briefly.
CSX local H796-28 pulls out of SunCoke's Ceredo Yard smoking up a storm with 39 empty hoppers heading for Huntington Yard as they race CSX K080-24 bound for Yorktown, VA passing the signals at Spr... (more)
The Capitol Limited pulls into Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, as it crosses the Potomac.