A KCS Belle leads unit sand train Q314 through the street running of downtown St. Marys in a light snow. The train is being walked through town by the track foreman up the street, due to a broken ... (more)
An SD40-2 leading a road train in the snow? Can't beat that in 2017! J13 brings empty system hoppers out of Mingo Tunnel into Williamson, after a snow squall dumped a quick inch of snow on the gro... (more)
N760 Splitting the unique bracket signals at Hagerhill.
N760 knocks down the signal at West End Ivel, passing between the old signal and dwarf governing the interlocking.
N760 crosses under the C&O Cantilever signal guarding the crossovers at Dawkins, just East of Paintsville.
Slowed down to a crawl crossing the "World Famous Copper Creek Viaduct", Engineer Tony King puts on a show!
CRR 800 leads the P901 Santa Train South through the SE Miller Yard signals, seen through the portal of Townes Tunnel.
A trio of 3 different elephant style GE's lead 18M out of Tunnel 7, one of the few tunnels on the Pocahontas Division that did not have to be modified during the Heartland Corridor Project.
The Huntington Peddler returns towards Russell, crossing the Big Sandy River bridge into Catlettsburg with 5 engines and 2 cars.
Q693 passes between the bracket signals at Calgon, having just begun its journey to Shelby from Russell
Q693 passes the C&O era signal at WD Cabin, between Catlettsburg and Louisa on the Big Sandy Sub
A short Q693 passes the C&O cantilever signal at RB Cabin with a rare YN2 Dash 8 widecab leading the way.
The Westbound trip of the New River train passes the C&O station and a tied down coal train at Prince.
The 4th and final day of the 2017 New River Train excursions crosses the New River Bridge at Hawks Nest State Park.
When you get to Copper Creek and the light is straight on the head end....go to the air! Q696 crosses over the high bridge at Copper Creek, passing parallel to the NS Appalachia District below.