Two blue SD60s rumble south with a manifest in the fading light of the day.
The Ohio Central's (G&W) Burr Oak Turn begins its descent out of Buckingham Coal Co. and towards the KNWA (NS-W. Va. Secondary) mainline south of Corning this afternoon.
The Ohio Central's (G&W) Burr Oak Turn idles after loading it's train at Buckingham Coal Co. south of Corning this afternoon. A Columbus bound Kanawha River Railroad freight had the track to New ... (more)
The crew of the 698 ties down at Corning for the evening along the West Virginia Secondary (NS) after doubling the first half of their train to Thurston, Ohio. This would be the last of five test... (more)
Norfolk Southern ES44AC #8119 heads up one of five test loads at the Burr Oak mine on the West Virginia Secondary destined for the power generating station at Homer City, PA. If the quality of the... (more)
Seconds after crossing ST RT13 Ohio Central's Burr Oak coal train stops to get the switch to head out on the West Virginia Secondary.
Two classic EMDs throttle up on the end of a BOT after loading all night.
4023 and a sister fight through CP Corn on NS' West Virginia Secondary as the southeast Ohio hills fight off winter and add several shades of spring green to the area.
NS C40-8 No. 8723 and C40-9W No. 8922 power a special move of the RBB&B "blue unit" circus train through Corning, Ohio, on the West Virginia Secondary.
The Columbus (OH)-bound 45N, led by PRR SD60M 6769, is about to cross the Ohio 13 grade crossing just south of Corning.