The 614 storms through the New York countryside on a fall excursion
Power for coal train coming up from the south.
A classy C&O caboose spends this beautiful afternoon on the Danville MOW Track. This caboose transported to Huntington, WV in early 2010. It's uncertain what happened or what will happen to the ca... (more)
This classic C&O caboose based out of the South Charleston Yard still serves as a shoving platform on the Gauley Trolley (CSX H707), a local that interchanges with NS at Deepwater. Most of the ori... (more)
Chessie still sleeps in the once bustling Peach Creek Yard in the Logan Coal Fields.
C&O GP9 6061 and B&O GP9 6508 switch the south end of Rossford Yard shortly after the passing of an early evening spring storm. On March 3, 1977, and less than a year after I shot this image, B&O ... (more)
Built on the banks of the New River, the former C&O South Side Subdivision (correct me if I am wrong) is falling apart and slowly being reclaimed by mother nature.
Former C&O 6253 is undergoing the scrapper's torch at a local processing plant undergoing renovations.
Another de"relic"t from the past, this massive bridge sits at the beginning of the now defunct Levisa Branch, which served mines in the Biggs area. This line was taken out by the building and floo... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio GP7 No. 5863 waiting for its next assignment at Newport News, Va
Gutted for to keep the rest of the railroads fleet of 567 powered EMD's going, whats left of C&O 6243 rusts to the rails as trees and vines grow up around it at the railroads outdoor maintenance f... (more)
The C&O passenger station which once stood inside the wye at Gordonsville, VA.
View of tower and old passenger station at Gordonsville, VA. Is it G Tower or G Cabin? Employee timetable calls it "Tower". C&O purists insist on "Cabin". The debate continues.