A standard cab SD70 leads an intermodal train through the West Virginian hiils.
An oddball trio of foreign widecabs lead 217 Westbound through a 10 mph slow order.
217 passes Westbound through downtown Kermit behind a trio of GE's.
Rerouted Rathole freight NS 170 rolls through Greyeagle, the west end of double track through the town of Kermit on their way westbound on the Kenova District. In tow in the consist are a CEFX GE... (more)
Canadian Pacific GE ES44AC No. 9351 leads NS 188 down the former N&W Kenova District at 'Panco' near Kermit, W.Va., on March 10, 2016. These signals would be soon be replaced; all but ending an er... (more)
Nobody is safe now.While PTC and modernization upgrades have all but wiped out their N&W CPL brethren on the Pocahontas Division, most of the Southern-style color lights still stand... (more)
Gone and apparently forgotten, the old loadout (and 2 concrete feeders) still stand a short distance up Upper Burning Creek near Kermit. I believe it was opened by Wolf Creek, then acquired by A.T... (more)
Rushing out of Tunnel 3 at Grey Eagle, just north of Kermit, NS 234 with a KCS SD70ACe in tow, leads a convoy of three eastbound trains on the Kenova District towards Williamson and points east.
NS 272, with UP SD70M #4373 and CN SD70M-2 #8883, hustle a very short train of autoracks out of the east end of Tunnel 3 at Grey Eagle. Riding the signals behind NS 234 and NS 18M, the train will... (more)
Late evening run with an interesting leader on the point of an oil train headed east through Southern West Virginia today. Catch'em while you can...
On the duo's third trip through the area, the Reading and CNJ heritage units are still together and lead 746 through Kermit.
272 is about to go into Tunnel 1 as he heads Eastbound through Kermit.
25J rolls under the new signal at Stepptown amid the approaching fall colors on NS's Kenova Division.
AC Power rolls east on the Kenova Division, and if you look closely, appears fall has arrived in the Tug Valley...