A Speno rail grinding train is parked for the weekend at Hurricane, West Virginia. From the cab back, the locomotive looks like an F40PH. Speno roster information is limited, but it appears that t... (more)
It's the 765 by a nose, with the 1225 placing, and the coventioneers, locals, and railfans enjoying the show. The occasion was the 1991 NRHS National Convention, hosted by the Collis P. Huntingto... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio 4-8-4 614T shows its muscle pulling an eastbound coal drag past a pair of classic cantilever signal structures at Hurricane, West Virginia.
Ross Rowland’s ex-C&O 4-8-4, renumbered to 614T, storms through Hurricane, West Virginia with an eastbound coal train.
The NKP 765 crisply accelerates its train of coal hoppers past a throng of excursionists, chasers, and locals, during the 1991 NRHS Convention.
The West Absolute Signals show a double-clear in Hurricane as a thunderstorm moves in from the west during an early July evening.
Rolling through downtown Hurricane, CSX Q135 heads west into the center of a severe thunderstorm. Featuring a storm top of more than 22,000 feet above the surface, an impressive lightning show tur... (more)
Railfans and the local population enjoy the side-by-side runby of 765 and 1225 during the 1991 NRHS Convention.
The new kid on the block... CSX Transportation's newest state-of-the-art locomotive, the GE ET44AC No. 3258 leads a unit train of Brice, N.C. coal through downtown Hurricane, westbound on t... (more)
Run-through BNSF power leads a westbound Slyster, W.Va. - Monroe, Mich. utility coal train west on the C&O mainline in Hurricane.
Enroute to Russell, KY, a loaded coal train rumbles through Hurricane, WV after an afternoon Summer shower.
Passing an empty coal train, destined for the coal river subdivision to be loaded. CSX Train K081 passes by with 103 empty tankers led by a clean BNSF ES44C4 enroute to Russell, KY to be re-crewed... (more)
Passing the milepost CA 480.0 on the Kanawha Subdivision, CSX train U168 passes through the town of Hurricane, WV through the snow enroute to Hinton from Peach Creek.