M317 meets local L154 at MO tower in Clarksburg.
C317 thunders out of Tunnel 1 with coal loads for South Carolina. This tunnel has seen a lot of change since it replaced a single-track portal in 1951, including the removal of the second track. T... (more)
CSX P001 passes over U.S. Route 50 using the former B&O bridge still strongly showing the B&O logo.
BAM! CSXT 3415 was set out after striking several large tree's that had come down during a severe thunderstorm. Luckily no injuries to any crew members.
With 100 loads of coal in tow, CSX 977 head's across U.S. Route 50.
A military special glide's thru Clarksburg on a cool fall afternoon.
Passing the old B&O “MD” tower, this rear end DPU is in the 8th notch as the train ventures up grade.
The rear DPU on the R123 is shoving hard as the train in heading up grade passing some MOW equipment in Clarksburg.
M316 passes the remains on tracks “MO 1 2 and 3” of Clarksburg Yard.
With 48 loaded cars of containers hauling military ammunition. S825 passes Clarksburg yard bound for its final destination in North Carolina. This move of ammunition was considered a HOT priority ... (more)
100 loads of coal bound for Baltimore Piers for over seas crosses U.S. Highway 50 on the former B&O bridge in Clarksburg.
CSX T318 is westbound with 110 loads of coal. The train will soon stop to detach a manned helper in the rear before continuing west.
A few minutes of sunshine greets X317 as most of the day has been rainy and gloomy. Shortly after the photo, the area was drenched with heavy rains.
X317 westbound passing the area known as “Columbia”, the rear of the train can seen exiting the Lodgeville tunnel in the background.
Passing over U.S. Route 50 and U.S. Route 19, X317 heads westbound on the Shortline Sub.