Eastbound coal loads roll through downtown Prince as patchy fog builds in the bottom of the New River Gorge. A mild overnight low temperature of 65 degrees and humidity have resulted in a foggy co... (more)
An AEPX loaded train from Peach Creek idles in the Westward Siding as June's full moon rises over the Kanawha Valley in the background.
Amtrak's Phase III heritage P42DC leads the tri-weekly Chicago to New York Cardinal through the historic downtown Thurmond.
Amtrak's westbound Cardinal resumes track speed after observing a 10MPH slow order across the Hawks Nest bridge. The late evening sunshine in the summer months permits daytime photos of Amt... (more)
Burrowed along the narrow Greenbrier River valley, the eastbound absolute signals at Browns Mill pierce the nighttime summer haze. The fairly modern mast signal will soon be placed by an even newe... (more)
Amtrak's westbound Cardinal blasts through the interlocking at the E.E. Meadow Creek on its late evening trek through the New River Gorge. Amtrak's 40th anniversary heritage locomotives hav... (more)
Empties for the R.J. Corman Loup Creek branch sit idling at the E.E. Rush Run Siding, waiting for an early morning crew to arrive. A full moon and passing clouds help contribute to the depth of th... (more)
In the bottom of the New River Gorge at Hawks Nest, a full moon illuminates the valley as westbound empties pierce the nighttime haze. Observing a 10mph slow order across the Hawks Nest bridge, th... (more)
Passing the well illuminated Prince Depot and its unique waiting area under the cover of darkness, eastbound coal loads grind upgrade through the New River Gorge, enroute to Hinton.
At the late night hour of 12:43 am, a westbound baretable follows the south main of the New River Subdivsion through North Fayette, illuminated by a full moon.
Disrupting the silence in downtown Nitro at the early morning hour of 2am, a severe thunderstorm rolls across the Kanawha Valley, bringing with it an impressive lightning show. The single yard eng... (more)
Exiting the east portal of the original Manns Tunnel, eastbound coal loads led by SD70AC No. 4827 grind upgrade near Ft. Spring.
On a gloomy spring evening along NS's busy Pocahontas District, NS 73E hustles through Roderfield, enroute to Bluefield from Williamson.
A pair of veteran Ex- Southern high hood GP38-2's lead a westbound work train through the N&W intermediate CPL's at Rogers, westbound on the Pokey from Bluefield to Williamson.
A trio of GE's lead westbound empties through the interlocking at C&O's former QN Cabin, westbound through the New River Gorge during a late winter snow squall.