A trio of pushers make their way west through Keystone, WV.
With 100 loads in tow CSX 7254 moves east along the Mountain Sub on its way to Baltimore Pier with export coal.
CSX mine run R251 from Peach Creek eases through Logan,WV on its way to Phillips Mine for loading. This would become C111 for Newport News.
Norfolk Southern coal train 81N eases under a couple coal loadouts at Hurley,VA on their way up the Buchanan Branch
CSX mine run R251 eases through Logan,WV with loads from Emmett and will soon enter the yard at Peach Creek.
These days, The Bates Branch Loadout tends to be a storage yard for Track Maintenance Equipment.
A Kanawha River Terminal GP40-2LW rolls into the railroads Ceredo Dock facility in Ceredo, West Virginia with a string of empty coal hoppers brought from the interchange with CSX. The railroad is ... (more)
Norfolk Southern SD70ACe #1028 pulls high with a string of empty coke hoppers for loading at SunCoke
A&O crew using CSX power about to start loading at Sentinel Mine.
CSX mine run R211 has arrived at the coal loadout for the Logan County Complex in Pardee, West Virginia and is nearly done pulling its train of empties uphill under the loading tower. The Logan Co... (more)
A cut of coalgons are in the process of being shoved to the flood loader at Coalgold, all while slowly passing by The Mary Helen Company Store, which still stands to this day.
The loader at Bluehole, Kentucky looks like it’s plenty busy as a Louisville & Nashville train of empties splits the two sides of the facility. Today, this scene is pretty much eradicated.
A&O using CSX power doubles up their train under the Sentenial/Leer South loadout and prepare to take the loads back to Grafton WV
U40 starts to loading process at Lone Mountain Processing, deep in southwest Virginia at the end of the Southern Railway's branches emanating from Andover.
A few years back, I managed to capture a shot of this unit train loadout outside of the very small community of Vico, Ky from the other side of this facility. At that time, the tracks were still i... (more)