The conductor of CSX mine run C860 lines the derail at the Myra loadout at the end of the SV&E branch in eastern Kentucky.
The local C860 crew brings a train in for loading at Myra along the SV&E Branch that comes out of Shelbiana.
CSX CW40-8 and AC4400 370 loading at the TECO loadout at Myra, KY, which is now the end of the line for the SV&E Subdivision.
CSX CW40-8 7883 and recently repainted AC4400 370 being loaded at the TECO tipple at Myra, KY
An outbreak of arson-ignited forest fires burned for weeks in Eastern Kentucky in early spring and threatened lives and property, including this Myra Shifter. Wind-fueled flames up to 20 feet tall... (more)
CSX 793 is sorta dwarfed by the massive loadout at Myra.
Flood loading at TECO's massive prep plant in Myra.
It's 10:30AM but the sun has yet to burn through the heavy mountain fog hanging in the hollar as a former SD45 leads a Sandy Valley Shifter under the flood loader at Myra.