CSX 588 West passing the First Baptist Church.
Winter storm Helena has left the Virginia countryside with a blanket of snow as loaded coal train T402 snakes along the James River Sub as it continues east towards Richmond.
Loaded coal train T402 heads east into the short Wasp Rock Tunnel along the James River Sub on a beautiful winter morning.
Q170 pulls from the Taft Ramp headed north to Jacksonville. In April 2014, this service will move to the new Winter Haven operations.
Arriving at Selkirk on a brisk afternoon. Fourth unit is a Genset that was working CSX West Springfield Yard in Massachusetts.
Southbound Q696 with a short train (18 loads, 29 mtys) passes the church at Toecane, along the Toe River.
CSX 588 West pull mts through the little tunnel at Natural Tunnel on its way to the CSX CV Subdivision via the NS Appalachia District.
CSX 588 leads empties west through the little tunnel at Natural Tunnel utilizing Trackage Rights over the NS Appalachia District.
Westbound CSX led by a YN3 AC4400 comes to a stop in the siding at Watkins, to meet NS 706. Nikon D80.
As seen everyday on the former CRR....this extra south marches on high above Copper Creek
CSX 588 is southbound with 100 coal loads as she crosses over US Highway 23 and the Norfolk Southern Appalachia District below.
There is nothing compared to fall color...(especially compared to the bland winter months)
588 and another AC4400 push a coal train into VEPCO's Mt. Storm plant. It took these two ACs plus two more on the front to lug about 40 cars of coal up the very steep and curvy Stony River Sub.