Built as GE AC4400CW No. 205, CSX-rebuilt AC44CM No. 7225 is the solo head-end leader of a unit coal train from the mines of eastern Kentucky, seen here eastbound through Marmet, W.Va., on CSX's e... (more)
The former Chesapeake and Ohio J-3 Greenbriar 614T wears its temporary number while running westbound with hoppers during the January 1985 steam power tests.
CSX Transportation ES44AH 839 and two other GEs lead a loaded coal train through Marmet, West Virginia on a sunny March day.
Rolling through downtown Marmet, crude oil loads head for Yorktown, Va. from the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota, eastbound on the former C&O mainline. This photo is taken about 18 miles west of... (more)
This SD40-2 runs long hood forward on it's way to South Charleston yard in the snow. It has about a ten mile journey by rail from Marmet after switching Praxair industry.
The Cardinal makes track speed as it passes through Marmet enroute to Montgomery for its next stop.
How tomorrow moves... Leading an eastbound loaded export coal drag, a relatively new, but remarkably clean 'How Tomorrow Moves' ES44AC charges through Marmet at 40mph, on its crew run from Peach C... (more)
Westbound through the coal town of Marmet, a long term detoured intermodal train from the B&O blasts through town, westbound on the former C&O.
One of the two detoured intermodal trains passes through Marmet.
Loram rail grinder pays the Kanawha Sub one of its two yearly visits. Seen here working it's way east on number one track through Marmet.
No. 50, the eastbound Cardinal, blasts through Marmet on a beautiful spring morning.
Amtrak 176 pulls the first of four New River Train trips on a great fall morning.
A Harsco Track Technologies Railgrinder creeps westbound through the quiet town of Marmet grinding on main one.
The eastbound Cardinal highballs through Marmet going an impressive 70 MPH.
The Engineer has just parked these engines after moving cars around the yard.