As the early morning fog starts to lift a eastbound coal train grinds up hill in notch 8.
A pair of CSX GEs bring empty coal hoppers up RJ Corman's Loup Creek Branch and past Loup Creek Falls on a chilly winter afternoon on their way to Pax for loading.
Empties for the R.J. Corman loadout at Pax drag their 100 hoppers up the original C&O Loup Creek branch toward Harvey from Thurmond.
Recent snow and cold weather have allowed large icicles to form on the portal of the Mount Hope tunnel. CSXT 521 and its train of coal empties from the CSX/R.J. Corman interchange at Thurmond have... (more)
As efforts are being made to repaint locomotives into CSX's 'boxcar logo' scheme by shop forces, a pair of clean 'bright future' YN2's are quickly becoming a thing of the past.. CSXT 521 and fello... (more)
The Columbus bound CSX Q123 passes a cut of cars sitting on the siding, as RP contributor Brandon Townley works on getting ... (more)
Sporting a new symbol for the KD, U335 runs out of Hickory Creek tunnel and towards Duff Mountain. No help will be needed today.
Truly a joy to photograph at night, among the many unique views La Grange offers is this one from the front porch of the Mayors house as out in Main Street, 521 passes southbound at 21:46.
Coal drag N164 grinds up the grade, with sister engine 520 doing helper work on the rear. The move has just tripped the signals.
Eastbound coal train winds along the James River.
CSX 521 waits by the siding as a derailer hides in the shadows at the bottom left.