Nickel Plate 765 wheels the eastbound New River Train through the Kanawha River Valley approaching Kanawha Falls, West Virginia.
Amtrak 145 leads P051 as it goes from number one main to single main. P051 will meet a eastbound 5.2 miles at Mt. Carbon when the track goes back to double main.
CSX signal crews work with Crane Masters to replace the old US&S signals. By the end of the day the look and feel at Kanawha Falls will have changed forever.
As CSX Communication & Signal forces work to replace the C&O signals at the 'Kanawha Falls' interlocking, men and equipment are cleared to allow for the passing of high priority, CSX Q139 bound fo... (more)
The old C&O signals still guards the interlocking at Kanawha Falls on this warm July nite. One month later on August 14, 2012 they fell victim to march of time and were replaced with the new stand... (more)
The WAS Kanawha Falls signal, a design by US&S that I'm quite partial to stands guard at the interlocking of 'Kanawha Falls', where the New River main goes from double track to single main. The in... (more)
CSX Q303 goes from double to single main at Kanawha Falls in the last light of evening. The signals on CSX's New River Subdivision are approaching their fate, with the upcoming signal project cove... (more)
Q303 heads for South Charleston yard passing by a backhoe CSX is using for the signal replacements.
Offering a unique and beautiful perspective of the New River Gorge, Watauga Valley Chapter members take in the breathtaking sights as the westbound New River Train leans into the bend, east of Kan... (more)
Q135 heads to single main at Kanawha Falls with a little fall color.
Eastbound coal loads pass the Kanawha Falls, just west of Gauley Bridge. Fall color is progressing nicely in Southern West Virginia with most locations near 50% peak.
CSX 398 cruises through Kanawha Falls on a hot muggy morning.