A slug set lead a long local past the B&O CPL still guarding the East End of Brooklyn Jct Yard on the Ohio River Sub.
After setting 55 of his 165 loads off in the yard at Brooklyn Junction, Q314 continues East towards Clarksburg on the Short Line.
A local heads back to Brooklyn Jct under overcast skies.
An assortment of locomotives, totally an impressive 10 EMD standard cabs idle at "Brooklyn Jct." on the B&O Ohio River Subdivision. Brooklyn Junction serves as the terminal for several turns that ... (more)
An assortment of power idles at Brooklyn Jct. on the Ohio River Subdivision in New Martinsville. The line to the right operates as the Shortline Subdivision to Clarksburg, while the northbound rou... (more)
Early CSX paint at Brooklyn Junction.
A B&O CPL at sunset.. The majority of the Ohio River Subdivision is operated via DTC Block with only a handful of exceptions. One of those exceptions is above, where a classy B&O signal protects ... (more)
Wheeling & Lake Erie 102 makes a rare visit to New Martinsville with a cut of cars.
A Brookly Junction to Natrium local has returned to the Brookyln Yard and is now seen kicking cars. It was a very welcomed site hearing a GP38-2 kicking several cars in notch eight, although I hig... (more)
CSX H738, a Benwood to Brooklyn Junction local makes a brief stop at Walmart with an OLS painted GP35.
A "Benwooder" coal train heads north along the beautiful Ohio River near New Martinsville.
The Q317 arrives in Brooklyn Jct. (New Martinsville, WV). The train is coming off the Short Line Sub. and onto the Ohio River Sub.
The Reading T-1 presents itself for inspection.
A trio of B&O GP-40s are sleeping through the weekend at the engine terminal at Brooklyn Junction.
B&O power waiting for assingment at the engine terminal at Brooklyn Junciton on the B&O Ohio River mainline.