Chesapeake & Ohio 614 has turned and is back on its train as it gets ready to leave Terra Alta, W.Va., with the Chessie Safety Express. The trip originated in Cumberland, Md., and featured the lon... (more)
Similar shots have been taken countless times, but it was thrilling to see the shot for myself. The westbound Capitol Limited approaches its station stop at Harpers Ferry, WV on a beautiful May af... (more)
Western Maryland Shay No. 6 and Western Maryland BL2 No. 82 rest beside each other following the Great West Virginia Train Race. Also pictured is former Western Maryland coach No. 835.
NS 8400 in Conrail Quality paint leads 18M Eastbound through Rawl. Wish I hadn't taken seeing these things so often for granted, can't see them anymore.
The NS Q47 eases slowly into Bluefield after making the 3 1/2 hour trip from Roanoke.
After coupling up to a cut of coal hoppers, engineer Danny Seldomridge discusses the afternoon's train movements with conductor Gene Lambert and Ben True of the D&GVRR.
Black Diamonds and Irony: This image shows Cass's legendary Western Maryland Shay No. 6, coupled to a cut of coal hoppers alongside the former lumbering town of Spruce, West Virginia. 85 years ago... (more)
After coupling up to a cut of coal hoppers, Western Maryland Shay No. 6 prepared to pull its train to Spruce.
The NS 8160 and the NS 8104 Lehigh Valley head west to wait for another coal train to push back to Bluefield.
A mid-summer severe thunderstorm associated with a major cold front terrioizes the small town of Nitro as it tears through the Kanawha Valley with heavy rains, thunder, and an impressive lightning... (more)
The NS 1067 Reading with the 1071 CNJ trailing lead a empty hopper train west into West Virgina past the old N&W CPLs
On a nice sunny Saturday Amtrak's Capitol Limited passenger train from Washington D.C to Chicago quickly pulls in with a nice horn salute to pick up about a dozen passengers from Harpers Ferry sta... (more)
Westbound grain train (with a 10 car cut of coal for Wheelersburg on the head end) 51R passes Nelson Brothers at Goodman, WV, with a Citirail ES44AC leading.
With no trains moving imminently past the classic art deco station at Prince, the photographer takes a few minutes to enjoy a cigar and a self-portrait.
On a beautiful summer evening the Capitol Limited emerges from the Harpers Ferry tunnel and crosses the Potomac River sporting the Phase III heritage unit in the lead.