A pair of CP GE’s lead Eastbound NS 81W (6D4 under a re-symbol) across the new twin bridges, after a short dip into Kentucky, at Hatfield Tunnel just west of Matewan, WV.
A Westbound rolling through Matewan on a hot Sunday afternoon.
Eastbound Signal to Nowhere. Hidden in brush and overgrowth for years, a US&S CPL dwarf governing the end of ABS territory on the N&W Mate Creek Branch awaits it's fate. Located half a mile... (more)
Eastbound NS 52N pops out of the Main 2 Hatfield Tunnel just west of Matewan, across the new bridges over the Tug Fork, coming back into West Virginia after their very short jump into Kentucky, he... (more)
On a cold and dreary night, crossties with rails freshly pulled sit spread apart on the ROW of the former N&W Mate Creek Branch constructed off the Pocahontas District mainline to access coal mine... (more)
The times are a changing! An eastbound NS freight crosses from Kentucky back into West Virginia as they pass over one of the bridges whose days are numbered as work proceeds on replacing them
Taken inside the depot looking out at the Pokey main. This Depot replica is a great place to visit for local history.
Pouring on the smoke from the 3 older motors in the consist, 18M accelerates out of the slow order at Matewan with an SD60M leader.
The Virginian Heritage Unit leads Eastbound 188 by the Matewan Depot Replica.
S24 runs East along the Tug Fork Riverbank, about to pass through downtown Matewan.
195 passes through the flood gates at Matewan, behind a snow-caked SD70ACe, in a March snowstorm.
18M passes through downtown Matewan in a heavy snow squall.
961, with an endangered SD70 standard cab leader, kicks the snow up passing the Matewan Depot.
217 passes through the town of Matewan, as seen through the gate of the flood wall.
195 passes through downtown Matewan on a warm October afternoon.