Navigating through Indian Tunnel (just RR-West of lead engines) on the Coal River Subdivision, part of CSX's largest division, the Huntington Division. CSX train E511, a 150-car empty train for Da... (more)
Hopper train E511-03 holds at Thurmond to meet a work train after checking out a defect on their 150th car. The detector east of Thurmond caught them, so knowing the territory, I highballed to a C... (more)
Less than three months old, GE ES44AC No. 3118 in CSX's boxcar logo leads an empty coal train toward the coalfields of Danville, passing Milepost 1 at CP Indian on CSX's Coal River Subdivision.
Riding on the heels of CSX Q135, an empty train for the coalfields idles on the west platform of the Prince Station, waiting for a signal west to 'Apple Orchard'.
Westbound empties negotiate the New River Gorge through Hawks Nest. For a view of this location in the summer, click here.
CSX E511 silhouettes the C&O cantilever at Claremont deep in the New River Gorge. This scene is a classic example of railroading in the C&O with the codeline still active, the phone booth still in... (more)
Silhouetting the C&O mast signal at E.E. Coal River, CSX E511 has just started it's journey into the coalfields of Appalachia.
Eastbound empties roll through St. Albans on a very sunny December morning.