Southern Railway #630 is back up to speed after the crawl through Weller Yard, passing over one of the many bridges on the Buchanan Branch on her way back to Grundy to end the morning's excursion.
Southern 630 rolls over Knox Creek and County Route 2059, which is actually built on the old ROW of the original narrow gauge Big Sandy & Cumberland RR. The railroad was founded and built by Ritte... (more)
Southern Railway #630 heads into West Virginia at Devon, ending its westward trek on the afternoon run. The train will turn on the two WYE tracks and the Pokey mainline before heading back east th... (more)
Positioned outside of the Bob Julian Roundhouse, Atlantic Coast Line E3 No. 501, Norfolk & Western GP9 No. 620, Southern Railway GP30 No. 2601, and Southern Railway No. FP-7 No. 6133 represent thr... (more)
SOU 630 crossed Woodman Creek Rd and the Knox Creek just south of Ought-One.
SOU 630 puts on a show by the Virginia Lee signals just yards from entering Raitt Tunnel.
Southern 630 passes the NKP bracket at Virginia Lee at the east end of Raitt Tunnel.
Southern 630 charging into the west end of Raitt Tunnel.
After clearing the Thomas Wye, Southern 630 blasts uphill past the NKP brackets at Lynn Camp with the morning trip to Devon, WV.
Southern 630 heads back down the Buchman Branch with the return trip to Grundy as a few chasers get the shot at street level.
The late afternoon shadows grow on one of the several trestles over the Knox Creek as the 630 approaches the wye at Ought-One.
Southern 630 heads north through a coal loadout just north of Hurley on its way to Devon.
NS 066 with the Southern 630 is headed back towards Grundy, about to enter Raitt Tunnel.
The Tri County Mountaineer steam special makes an appearance in West Virginia to turn on the wye at Ought One. The train actually had to back off the Buchanan Br. and onto the Pokey main for the t... (more)
The steam special exits Devon Tunnel on the Kentucky side of the Tug Fork River and begins to cross the wye into West Virginia.