Engineer Richard Melvin stares through the fog as NKP 765 becomes C&O 2765. Hard to keep from slipping on wet rails. Station stop at St Albans, Charleston, Montgomery and Hinton WV on the annual N... (more)
A lunar halo hangs below the full moon on a cold December morning at E. Alleghany. Canon EOS 50D
NKP 765 Trying it best to look like C&O Kanawha Class 2765 is leaving St Albans WV after picking up Passengers on the annual New River Train
The NKP 765 comes out of the fog as C&O 2765 on one of her many New River Train trips
By the mid-'60s, it was unusual to see a C&O FP7 in passenger service. The second unit for this day's Louisville section of the George Washington is an FP7--added because of one extra car needed f... (more)
Part of an equipment display for the 1966 NMRA convention in Cincinnati, restored C&O Ten-Wheeler 377 was spotted (albeit somewhat cramped) at the end of the passenger concourse at CUT. Today, thi... (more)
The Louisville section of C&O's George Washington had to deal with some tough grades between Ashland and Louisville, including the 2.66 percent climb over Corey Hill, KY. This eight-car consist on... (more)
NKP 765, disguised as C&O 2765, backs up thru the Interlocking at the Glenwood Jct. Tower. The engine will back up to Laughlin Jct. where the engine will be wyed before reassembling its train to h... (more)
Reflecting back on the events of 2011, the transfer from Roanoke to Clifton Forge of Chesapeake & Ohio 614 certainly stands out as a memorable trip. In preparations for what was originally intende... (more)
NKP 765 is dressed as C&O 2765 on an excursion returning from Pittsburgh, PA. The train is heading up the "ramp" between the ex P&LE main (track in foreground) and the CSX P&W line (top track).
Looking mighty forlorn due to extensive vandalism and site flooding. Thankfully, it was rescued by the Illinois Railway Museum and now resides in Union, IL.
You never know who will show these days while out taking photos of trains...a dragon shows up in the middle of no where to check out a cat in the form of a Chessie System SD18.