In the late evening light, long term reroute, CSX Q135 blasts through St. Albans with a fairly loaded train of single level intermodal containers. The train is destined for CSX's North Baltimore I... (more)
Westbound baretables, operating under the long term detour of CSX Q139 blast through St. Albans at track speed, nearing the completion of their 276 mile crew run from Clifton Forge to Russell.
After testing along the New River & Kanawha Subdivisions earlier in the day, CSXT GMS-1 sets, tied down on the former yard lead of St. Albans. The car will test the Coal River Subdivision the foll... (more)
After a long day of grinding along the Kanawha Subdivision, Lorgam's RG 318 has returned to its respective hole, in the Westward Siding in downtown St. Albans. The longer days have allowed for thi... (more)
Tied down in Westward Siding for her annual visit, Loram's RG 318 is undergoing maintenance after grinding along the former C&O mainline for much of the day. Her crew will make any necessary repai... (more)
Two new CSX units head out of armstrong tunnel heading up to the coalfields.
A pair of new CSX units start their track up to the coalfields.
CSX 534 heads out of armstrong tunnel.
CSX 381 battles the snow as it heads up the Coal River.
Spirit of West Virginia missing it's front number boards waits for it's turn to head onto the Coal River Sub.
The 2008 New River Train gets ready to make it's stop at St. Albans.
With the conclusion of a MOW curfew on the Kanawha and Coal River Subdivisions, this work train will soon load equipment and depart for storage until the Spring of 2012.
A pair of light engines run around their train at the sight of the former Coal Dock of St. Albans.
How tomorrow moves.. The newly adapted "boxcar logo" is a common sight on CSX's newest grain hoppers, intermodal containers, and corporate buildings in Jacksonville, though it's now making it's fi... (more)
Passing "Indian", eastbound empties for Danville are just 33 miles from their crew run destination from Russell to Danville.