Running earlier than usual, CSX's Baltimore-bound Q138 is seen here passing under the VA Hospital intermediates.
Working its way east towards the summit at Hobbs, Q411 splits the siganls at Kearneysville, West Virginia.
Coal moving in West Virginia, empties heading west, loads heading east.
K676 a loaded ethanol train struggles to hold 10mph as she reaches the summit at "Hobbs".
A empty "Bailey-Cross" coal train powered by three big 6 axles charges west. One more mile and U306 will summit the westward climb out of the Potomac River Valley. In about 45 minutes this train w... (more)
A rare ethanol train on the Cumberland Sub is even more interesting with a colorful lashup of a BNSF ACe, CSX SD50, CR C40-8W and a Dash 9-44CW Warbonnet heading east towards Baltimore.
CSXT 5266 leads an EB autoracker into the rising sun at Kearneysville. To the left side you can see "new WV Highway 9 under construction.
Empty Coke Train K374 (Detroit to Curtis Bay-Baltimore) led by a former SCL SD40-2, runs east over the summit at "HOBBS" in a land dominated by AC44's & SD70MAC's.
The Cadilac of CSX's fleet, the SD50, leads tonnage train Q376 over the summit at "Hobbs" as snow changes to sleet.
With almost 7500 horsepower, this 8 car empty autorack train made incredible time climbing the wet and icy 10 mile grade west out of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
Running east on track one, the Capitol Limited makes its way across the ever-changing landscape of West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle.
U844 crawls over the summit at Hobbs.
One of only 3 CSX C40-8s remaining in the blue and gray scheme makes its way west towards Cumberland MD after running wrong main by the signal at Hobbs.
A CSX autorack train heads directly into the morning sun.
Westbound manifest chases the setting sun on the Cumberland Sub.