CRR 800 leads the P901 Santa Train South through the SE Miller Yard signals, seen through the portal of Townes Tunnel.
A southbound CSX coal train passes by the site of Miller Yard, the former interchange location between the Interstate Railroad and the Clinchfield. The flat area to the left of the train was fille... (more)
On April 12, 2000 a southbound CSX empty hopper train has just departed the passing siding at Miller Yard, VA (on the other side of the tunnel) after meeting a northbound NS coal train. The engine... (more)
Aboard the Santa Claus Special, Saturday, November 21, 1998: We're right on schedule as we round the curve at the north end of the siding at Miller Yard, VA. The remains of the old interchange yar... (more)
The engineer on KP Sub Extra 8176 North has the ears pinned back on his EMD-GE duo at the south end of the siding at Miller Yard, VA. The exhaust from the passage of the power billows up from the ... (more)
The hulk of the old coaling tower still stands at remote Miller Yard, VA in this 2002 scene. This facility once filled the tenders of Interstate and Clinchfield compound 2-8-8-2s, Clinchfield 4-6-... (more)
A purely serendipitous encounter takes place at remote Miller Yard, VA in 1975. We're aboard a northbound Clinchfield Railroad excursion with Ten-Wheeler number 1 and two heavyweight coaches--a st... (more)
Two nice looking CSX C30-7s smoke it up as they drag their northbound train of empty hoppers into the siding at Miller Yard for a meet with a southbound.
The 66th annual Santa Claus Special roars out of the south end of 1098-foot Townes Tunnel, at the south end of Miller Yard.
Southbound 2007 CSX Santa Train at Miller Yard
The former DeCoursey, KY car shop of the L&N placed this distinctive logo on rebuilt hoppers---a tribute to the "Big Emma" M-1 2-8-4s that were based there.
Northbound empties meet southbound loads at Miller Yard
CSX N184 coming out of Town's Tunnel at the south end of Miller Yard
CSXT 8460 north coming out of Townes Tunnel at the south end of Miller Yard siding.