While the official name of the railroad has been CSX Transportation since mid-'86, four GE C30-7s still looking pretty decent in French gray, yellow/gold and red Family Lines colors are in command... (more)
Three nice-looking CSX SD50s front an eastbound coal train at Copper Creek on an early summer afternoon in '92.
NS 722, a loaded coal train in route to Bulls Gap and the southeast, crosses Copper Creek on a low trestle. The superstructure of the ex-Clinchfield's much more impressive Copper Creek Viaduct is ... (more)
Eastbound at Copper Creek on a hot Sunday afternoon.
Southern 4501 leads the return leg of a steam excursion across the ex-Southern's less impressive trestle over Copper Creek. The ex-Clinchfield's Copper Creek Viaduct looms in the background.
Eastbound CSX coal throttles up for the last hill before the rear helpers cut off at Watkins.
A southbound works across Copper Creek, surrounded by the fresh, light green foliage of a new spring.