Descending from Scary Hill, eastbound crude oil loads ease into the curve approaching W.E. Dock. New oil trains have introduced foreign power to the C&O for the first time in many years. Destined ... (more)
Detoured via the C&O from Russell to Richmond, as a result of Hurricane Sandy damage along the East Coast, CSX R439 (CSX Q439) approaches the W.E. Coal Dock, west of St. Albans.
A ex Union Pacific GE C40-8 unit now a CREX unit, sits with a CSX GE C40-8 unit waiting to be picked up.
As clean as it gets! CSXT 3007, a two week old GE ES44AC released from Erie in early May idles on the point of a westbound loaded AEP coal drag at the W.E. Dock, west of St. Albans. The new tier t... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal with the United States Navy Inspection Car 118 on the rear.
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal catches the morning sun as it leans into the curve at W.E. Dock. United States Navy Inspection Car 118 is bringing up the markers on today's New York bound passenger tr... (more)
Eastbound empties illuminate the signal bridge at E.E. Dock.
CSX 96 leads loads of coal solo through Amandaville.
Passing by the Columbia Gas spur, light power returns east to their train at the E.E. Dock.
A pair of light engines run around their train, passing under the signal at W.E. Dock.
Led by a single CW44AC, eastbound black diamond loads head for Newport News.
The St. Albans local idles at the W.E. Dock after picking up a B/O car.
Passing over the Coal River, a solo CW44AC leads westbound CSX N015 through West St. Albans.
The westbound absolute signal at West End of Dock stands guard, as its replacement signal prepares to be placed into activation by CSX signal crews. The April 2008 signal suspension project replac... (more)
CSX H064, a South Charleston based work train leans into the curve at W.E. Dock with loaded side dump cars in tow.