Grain loads snake their way along the New River passing under the soaring New River Gorge bridge above.
On a muggy August night, a westbound CSX empty paints the valley of the gorge as it slithers through Fayette Station on the opposite main. From top to bottom, the New River Gorge Bridge stands 876... (more)
A eastbound grain train looks to have picked the siding switch below the famed New River bridge. Most of the derailment has been cleaned up but these two derailed cars are going to take some work ... (more)
The last day of the New River Train passes under the large 3,030 feet steel arch New River bridge.
A meet in the gorge. Two trains pass underneath the 3030 foot long New River Gorge Bridge. When the C&O constructed its coal artery through here, the only viable solution was to separate the mai... (more)
A famous location, from a rarely visited spot. A westbound empty hopper train snakes its way along the New River during an early spring snowfall. The bridge pictured, is the one and only New Riv... (more)
An Eastbound coal train makes its way under the New River Bridge on Bridge Day, the only day of the year it is legal to walk out on the bridge: and jump off if you are so inclinded. (bring a parac... (more)