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.
Westbound coal empties bound for Harrison County Mine pass thru Clarksburg.
A sign of the times. CSX train B815 heads west on its way to load 115 cars of coal at the Harrison County mine. On the left, we see a MOW truck loading up scrap spikes into gondolas. CSX has recen... (more)
In the last hour of light in the sky, we are blessed with a beautiful sunset as a MOW train sits in Clarksburg Yard.
B711-10 local is performing a switch at the customer known as Merrick, the cars delivered here are full of small plastic pellets that will be melted into multiple plastic materials such as coat ha... (more)
As the B711 local waits on Number one main to run around a car, N759 takes priority and runs west onto the Shortline Subdivision.
CSX train N749-16 is passing the former B&O passenger station which is now used for MOW employees.
CSX 888 leads 110 loads of coal west in Clarksburg
Westbound loads pass thru Clarksburg.
Q316 is eastbound passing the WV DOH garage.
Passing over U.S. Route 50, CSX Q316 heads eastbound towards Grafton.
Passing over the bridge crosses U.S. Route 50 that was built by the B&O.