Q692 passes under the cantilver at Fords Branch, having just left Shelby on their way to Russell.
A colorful lashup leads a short Q692 under the C&O cantilever at Fords Branch.
A layer of fog has rolled in for the night as the former C&O signals guard the north end of the crossover at Fords Branch. The tail end of a loaded coal train can be seen in the distance, while it... (more)
Q692 passes under the cantilever at Fords Branch, leaving Shelby Yard for Russell.
Burrowed down along the Fords Branch of the Big Sandy Valley, the eastbound absolute signal at Fords Branch stands guard, silhouetted against a dreary evening sky. Protecting movements into CSX's ... (more)
Here is the number 800 leading a mine run at Fords Branch. You could smell the fresh coat of paint on it as it rolls by this classic C&O cantilever signal.
CSX 215 sticks his nose out of the shadows at Fords Branch on the Big Sandy Sub. The power has just rolled SCWX loads down from Martin and now waits on yard space at Shelby.