The Cass Scenic Railroad deadline on a warm humid Summer night.
With loaded scrap gondolas in tow, a former B&O GP40 converted to road slug use leads Russell to Huntington local H702 under the NS Ohio River Bridge at Kenova as the sun continues to fade behind ... (more)
Relaxing in the shade of a cool September evening, two of the mainstay wide cab Geeps donning the SunCoke orange-on-black scheme are coupled to a cut of Duke Power Company hoppers awaiting to be t... (more)
The headlights of NS 234 light up the rails of the double track Kenova District Mainline as the hotshot doublestacker passes SunCoke's KRT Docks Creek transloading facility at a blistering 40 mile... (more)
CSX 700 leads an eastbound freight under the Norfolk Southern Mainline
ES40DC 7569 leads a train of coal loads eastbound on the Pocahontas Division. This at the junction of the Buchannon Branch
Spanning the Ohio River, three Watco SD40-2MS lead KN 381 across the Point Pleasant bridge and into the state of Ohio from West Virginia. This is the first Kanawha River-operated 381 to run north.... (more)
The United States flag flies on the head end of KRT 1100 which is idling in the yard on a Sunday afternoon.
A solo UP SD70ACe leads eastbound 380 across the trestle spanning the Ohio River, the City of Kenova, and CSX's former C&O Kanawha Subdivision.
194 crosses over from Main 1 to Main 2 at Borderland with an ES44AC and a newly rebuilt SD70ACU leading the way.
The Illinois Terminal Heritage Unit provides a sharp contrast from an otherwise dreary afternoon, leading Eastbound autoracks through Naugatuck in a steady rainfall.
52Z gets underway after stopping at Nolan for traffic ahead backed up out of Williamson.
756 eases Eastbound out of Hatfield Tunnel, the only part of the Pocahontas Division Mainline in Kentucky, rolling through the trestle in a 10 mph slow order.
Passing on the heritageThe 6th operator of the former NYC West Virginia Secondary from Alloy, WV to Columbus, Ohio the WATCO operated Kanawha River Railroad passes over the town of ... (more)