A Charleston police officer takes his report of the derailment.
A cab shot of C&O 5828 a EMD GP7 on display at the C&O railway heritage center.
A CSX gevo sits in the westward siding as mother nature puts on one nice light show.
Shown is a wide angle view of the derailment scene this afternoon.
A Charleston police officer looks over the derailment that blocks both tracks.
Crane Masters work on cuting down the classic C&O signals through St. Albans.
CSX's brand new SD50-3 rebuilds making their maiden run on Q302.
Shown is the old B&O Parkersburg Branch with two old rusty CLP's still standing.
CSX signal crews work with Crane Masters to replace the old US&S signals. By the end of the day the look and feel at Kanawha Falls will have changed forever.
A rolled rail made a small derailment on the Cabin Creek sub. RJ Corman was called to clean up the derailment and worked all night lifting the cars back on the rail.
EMD's demo arrives at Dickinson Yard with a few other units on the fuel pad.
Chesapeake and Ohio 2755 sits on display at Chief Logan State Park.
Cranemaster employees remove the west facing C&O signal bridge in Hurricane. You can see some of the signal heads on the ground.
View of the cab of the C&O 1308 2-6-6-2 Mallet.
2504 has been hanging around mostly on work trains for weeks now. 2504 has just made it to Handley after over a hour stop at Chelyan for a track crew to clear up at Handley. A crew member shown wo... (more)