A pair of RJ Corman locomotives bring a loaded coal train into Keating for interchange to NS. Locomotives:RJC 8336 SD40T-2RJC 3478 SD40-2
Westbound on the Loup Creek Branch, R.J. Corman power makes the commute from Pax to the spur at Harvey after loading a train earlier in the week and assisting it over the grade this morning.
Passing the Mt. Hope Fire/EMS Station, a pair of R.J. Corman tunnel motors run light toward their home base at Harvey. Moments ago, they cut off of the loaded train they assisted out of Pax upgrad... (more)
Passing the Pax Branch Baptist Church, both R.J. Corman tunnel motors have successfully shoved 70 loads over the grade leaving Pax, enroute to Thurmond to interchange with CSX.
Shoving 70 car loads of coal toward Mt. Hope, a pair of R.J. Corman tunnel motors assist two CSX GE's on the head end. Once making it over the summit, the train will glide downhill into Mt. Hope, ... (more)
Empties from CSX have just arrived at the sight of the RJ Corman Headquarters for the West Virginia Operations, south of Thurmond. Two CSX GE's have just uncoupled from the consist and are current... (more)
Corman has a small but interesting rail operation here in southeren W.Va.
R.J. Cormans tunnel motor does switching work in the last rays of sunlight for Georgia Pacifics Mt. Hope plant.
R. J. Corman's Loup Creek power is parked at the small yard at the Georgia Pacific plant outside Mt. Hope, West Virginia.
I thought this Tunnelmotor looked familiar - I shot it in Cresson, PA on 9/25/05.
Parked at the far west end of Cresson yard, this clean and shiny tunnelmotor was a great subject for a night shot!
An RJ Corman crew arrives on Norfolk Souther's No. 5 West in Cresson with the first cut of coal off a Fallen Timber train