Empties have just emerged from Armstrong Tunnel, the second of four tunnels along the Coal River Subdivision between St. Albans Danville.
CSX 38 passes by a home with 3 hearse in the yard.
Destined for Danville, deep in the Southern West Virginia coalfields, CSX E592 has just emerged from St. Albans Tunnel at C.P. "Indian", Milepost CLF 1.0 on the Coal River Subdivision. Some fall c... (more)
Coal empties for Danville pass over Rock Creek with a veteran SD50-2 on the point.
CSX E592 idles at Coal Dock, waiting for a signal to proceed on the Coal River Subdivision.
After running through the siding at Coal River, CSXT 48 will soon resume track speed, as it passes a pair of C&O pole signals at E.E. Coal River.
Going from siding to main at E.E. Coal River, CSX E592 resumes it's trek eastward on the Coal River Subdivision.
Enroute to the City of Danville, CSX E592 passes by Lower Falls, about to enter the Armstrong Tunnel.
CSXT 92, a freshly painted CW44AC leads a train of MTY's out of the St. Albans Tunnel and points east with engineer Jesse Smith behind the throttle.