The Loram rail grinder spends its night in westward siding for maintenance as it does each visit.
A moonlit night shows off the fall colors with the C&O signals at White Sulphur Springs are still earning there keep under the starry night.
In near white out conditions the signal guards the main line at prince, as the red lights make for quite a beam.
Amtrak running 40 minutes late passes by CW cabin as it starts to slow for there stop in Hinton.
Amtrak train number 50 kicks up the fresh snow enroute to Hinton for there next stop.
The silence of the cold and snowy night was broken by a fast moving eastbound coal drag headed for the yard at Hinton.
CSX 1122 was struggling through South Malden with just a small train headed for Marmet.
The Cardinal makes track speed as it passes through Marmet enroute to Montgomery for its next stop.
Dropped off the night before this ex Alaska Railway unit sits at South Chatleston yard. The unit was dropped off by Q302-18 and is waiting to be taken to it's final destination most likely a mine.
The New River Train passes under one of the few remaining C&O siganls left on the New River Subdivision.
A eastbound lights up the area as it heads for Clifton Forge, VA.
The New River Train makes there way back to Huntington under the classic C&O cantilever.
A CSX coal train grinds up hill with helpers in the rear passed the C&O cantilever.
CSX 7879 flies by the Prince station with a few passengers wating for the evening train.
CSX 778 holds at Brooks waiting for the New River Train to head west out of Hinton.