SB through Georgetown in a morning snowstorm.
A transfer run out of John Sevier Yard climbs upgrade along Loves Creek.
Why do they call it Crooked Hill? SB N222 works uphill through the reverse curves near Hazel Patch, the worst is yet to come.
A look at a dying breed. The single car loader at Dan's Branch is one of only a handful still active along the Pokey and her branches.
WB coal snakes along the Tug Fork and through the flood walls at Williamson, WV.
A Pike 29 Shifter slides past the idled Esco Loadout on the SV&E Subdivision.
Now there's something you don't see everyday! A Tri-state Salvage truck hauls a damaged NS Top Gon up US-23 toward their operations inside Russell Yards. The hopper was damaged in a mishap near ... (more)
Feeling right at home near the Shelby turntable, this former Chessie unit continued to wear her colors proudly if somewhat worn right thorugh her twilight years.
Eastbound U25 races a car through downtown Davy, WV. Moving at full track speed of 45 mph ( and maybe a touch more), my bet is on the coal train to finish in the money.
NS through a Winter Wonderland of ice.
NB mtys for Hazard cross the Kentucky River at Ford and throttle up for the pull up Richmond Hill.
Alco mine critter in use at Clinchfield Coal's McClure River Prep Plant. Unit had formally been used at the massive Ranger Fuel's Beckley No. 2 Mine at Sabine, WV.
Mine run passing the abandonded Grundy Tipple heads for Weller Yard.
NS 758 departs off the main line in Bluefield with 120 loads for Belews Creek, NC.
A eastbound coal drag waits on helpers next to the old coaling tower at Farm, deep in the heart of the Appalachians.