CSX's Conrail Heritage unit awaits a crew at Grafton yard.
Amongst the sea of widecabs ready and waiting in Grafton, the sole C40-8 on the roster (that isn't Pan Am) is front and center. This throwback GE was a very nice sight to see.
C788-29 passes the locomotive servicing center at Grafton enroute to Cumberland.
OOPS, the second shift yard crew shoved out the end of their track and into the side of a departing M316. No injuries or hazardous materials spilled in the incident. Damage was done to multiple ra... (more)
Empty Coal Train rolls Westbound in to Grafton WV at sunrise with CSXT 710 leading 130 empty cars
CSXT 911 leads M316 out of Grafton on a sunny Spring morning.
The former B&O hotel and station in Grafton is greeted by CSX’s B&O themed office car special arriving at what is known as the “platform”. This almost gives us a view of what things were lik... (more)
If you blinked, you missed this one. CSX leased its Cowen and Pickens Subdivisions west of Grafton to Watco, operating as the Appalachian & Ohio Railroad. This was a pretty significant acquisiti... (more)
In the heart of B&O country, CSX and A&O power wait for trains to move, dwarfed by the B&O station and hotel that dominates the scene in downtown Grafton.
A very humbling moment as we view the graves of lost soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. CSX’s Honoring our Veterans unit passes the National
Cemetery in Grafton as the fallen ... (more)
A&O train Z812 heads westbound at Berkeley Run Junction with 80 empty coal hoppers.
Q316 starts to pull East from the East end of Grafton yard.
Empties bound for Harrison County Mine near Lumberport West Virginia depart Grafton yard. The train has two units on the head end and two distributed power units on the rear with 115 cars.
A contracted worker is seen transferring a coal load from one hopper to another as the bad order hopper has “burst” out on the underside of the body.