Southbound coal bucket N313 skies across Copper Creek Trestle during a heavy rain shower on the former Clinchfield. The rain is a welcoming sight due to drought conditions across the entire Southe... (more)
With dynamic brakes echoing through the still night, an empty NS hopper train lights up the impressive Copper Creek trestle just after midnight on a cold Friday night.
Dusk settles over the Virginia hills as K819 wonders its way toward Kingsport, crossing the Copper Creek viaduct on the ol'e Clinchfield in the beautiful blue hour lighting. A pair of SD70MACs i... (more)
N313 crosses the Copper Creek bridge on the former Clinchfield Kingsport Sub, with 110 loads for Brice.
The original Clinchfield F3 800 came out in magnificent form prior to the running 9f CSX's 75th annual Santa Train. There were many people behind the scenes that made this an epic event and even t... (more)
The 76th running of the Santa Train crosses the high trestle at Copper Creek.
The 76th Clinchfield Santa Train creeps over Copper Creek Trestle
CRR 800 leads CSX P901-18 over the Copper Creek Viaduct in Clinchport, Virginia as the people look on in excitement.
76th Clinchfield Santa Train makes an impressive presence on Copper Creek Viaduct.
76th Annual Clinchfield Santa Train eases out onto what was likely the post populated photo spot of the entire run. We all agree this is Copper Creek, we all know how to get there, but you can fin... (more)
The 76th Annual Santa Train crawls across the Copper Creek bridge for a photo op.
The 76th annual running of the CSX Santa Train is seen making its appearance across the famed Copper Creek trestle, with about 20 miles left on its charity-driven journey to Kingsport, TN.
The 76th CSX Santa Train slowly crosses Copper Creek trestle on a beautiful fall afternoon.
Seen from high atop an adjacent mountain, CSX Q692 works its way up the former Clinchfield Railroad, sailing high above the Clinch River on the Copper Creek Viaduct, catching the day's last light... (more)
110 loads of coal bound for Brice,NC roll across the famous Copper Creek trestle spanning 1,091 feet in length and 167 feet tall.