On a gloomy afternoon at Harlan Junction, KY, the Martin's Fork Mine Run is busy getting its empty coal hoppers together for placement at mines along its assigned work territory. RS11 number 956 i... (more)
Extra 188 North is putting away its train of empty hoppers in the storage tracks at Harlan Junction on a February afternoon in 1968. In this back-lit "dark side" view, the exhaust from the train's... (more)
Extra 188 North is putting away its train of empty hoppers in the storage tracks at Harlan Junction on a February afternoon in 1968. The four RS3s are certainly classic, but wooden cupola caboose ... (more)
This old GE is running long hood forward enroute to Loyall with a few loads of Harlan County timber. This B36-7 has put in many miles and it's rumored that it's days are short.
This old mine office of the Clover Fork Coal Company is on private property and hidden away in the vegetation---along with the old tipple and much of the support infrastructure. This is the ex-L&N... (more)
After setting off a train of mty hoppers, the four RS3s of this northbound extra from Norton, VA retrieve their cab before the last two mile hop to Loyall. Wooden caboose 128 still survives today ... (more)
L&N 3554 leads a St. Paul bound train southbound at Harlan Jct.
Northbound mty unit train inbound on Main 1 (old southbound main) to Loyall, for loading later.
Coal train and MoW train meet at Harlan Junction.
Note the single deck, half-height Through-Truss.
A Loyall-St. Paul coal train waits on clearance at Harlan Junction before continuing southward toward Hagans.
N275 (Hilo-Stilesboro) has engines 2549-2322-6912-7633 as power as they shatter the summer morning silence through Harlan.