Likely my favorite location along the Columbia Subdivision... Ulmer. It is one of only a few spots where the silver paint from the days of the SCL still holds tight to the type-W signal heads that... (more)
Running their special turbine move from the Upstate of South Carolina to the Port of Charleston, CSXT W999 moves past the classic Seaboard doll arm signal that guards the small Town of Norway.
CSX W999, a high and wide load from Greenville, SC passes through Swansea, one of many small farm towns along CSX's Columbia Subdivision in the low country of South Carolina.
With a nice sized GE gas turbine in tow, CSX W999 passes a US&S veteran from the days when Seaboard Coastline geeps and U-boats dominated what is now CSX's Columbia Subdivision in the quaint town ... (more)
Running their special turbine move from the Upstate of South Carolina to the Port of Charleston, CSXT W999 moves out of the siding after allowing another train to move Northbound. They are passin... (more)
Running their special turbine move from the Upstate of South Carolina to the Port of Charleston, CSXT W999 rumbles down the Columbia sub between Woodford and Norway.
At the time it seemed it would never end but this location along scenic Clinch River is much quieter now.
About an hour after sunrise, CSXT 10 sits on the head end of a southbound coal train awaiting a meet with a northbound freight.
Yet another big train of company hoppers loaded with balck diamonds heads south round the aptly named radius.
The old code line still stands proud, feeding the signals on the Northern Sub, with the E425 here splitting the County Line signal.
CSXT 10 and 352 lead a loaded coal train through Haysi, VA
A rather grimy looking CSX unit climbing up the Manor Branch.
CSXT 10, the sister of CSXT 11 (far left) rumbles by the East End of Dock making for a three train meet.
The 2 million dollar restoration of the Harpers Ferry Station is almost complete. - Click Here for a picture of this 1894 B... (more)