Three styles of N&W cabooses together near the engine terminal in Williamson. May 1977. The white stripe above the center window indicated this particular caboose could not be used in pusher ser... (more)
Displaced fuel tank and tank car in the yard from the devastating Flood of 1977 (April 5). Cars placed onto Tug Fork Bridge leading to the Pond Creek Branch to hold it down remain in the backgrou... (more)
CN 6934 makes a rare appearance in Williamson today. Hats off to Mr. Porter for the heads up.
On the outskirts of the Pocahontas Yard, this power set awaits a train and crew.
Lone N&W GP40 brings an office car train into Williamson.
Tuscan red units 8010 and 6175 take a break in the engine terminal at Williamson
Two D&H locomotives and others prepare to take a train west out of Williamson.
Southern Pacific in southern West Virginia! Two SP units and a UP unit make an appearance on an eastbound coming off the Scioto Division into Wiliamson.
A wet snow clings to the nose of AMTK 275 on Train #66, The Hilltopper, as it enters the passenger main at the west end of the passenger platform in Williamson, WV.
NW 1620 leads D&H 7610 and an SP GP30 eastbound under the swinging bridge in East Williamson. I doubt this photo location is as available now as it was back then.
Five early Geeps take lake coal away from Williamson WV. March, 1979
Amtrak most viable train EVER, The Hilltopper, exits Mingo Tunnel and passes under US 52 in the west end of Williamson, WV. March 1979.
M of W fellow grinds a field weld on new rail behind the passenger station in Williamson, WV. Date of the weld is chalked on the side of the rail. Folk art on the tool box cover is cute. Look c... (more)
M of W worker makes a field weld on newly laid rail behind the passenger station in Williamson, WV.