The headlights of M653 approach, casting light on the C&O relics at the west end of Pauley Wagner on the Big Sandy Subdivision.
An empty CSX coal train takes a left turn off the Big Sandy Sub starting its way up the Coal Run Sub for another load of black diamonds
Q692 passes the signals for the siding track at Coal Run Jct, on their way towards Russell on a hot summer evening.
T515-05 passes under the cantilever at the junction of the Coal Run Subdivision in Coal Run, KY, with 150 loads of Toledo Dock coal.
The still silence of the eastern Kentucky mountains are broken by the sound of hard-working GEs moving their manifest train through the signals at the aptly named Coal Run Junction.
3 sets of power sit in Coal Run Yard while Appalachian Fuels SW10 prepares to load a train.
C868’s power has just coupled to its train at Appalachian Fuel’s Stonecoal Loadout.
Former Union Pacific (you can still see the lettering) SW10 switcher loads a unit train as spare power idles away in the Coal Run Yard. Thanks to JR for that information...
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