An eastbound coal train led by a pair of CSX's 'bright future' CW44ACs have almost completed the afternoon run through the New River Gorge National Park, hugging the banks of the namesake river ne... (more)
After striking a large rock slide, all units and multiple empty coal hoppers hit the ground. All crew members survived the incident but were left with injuries. This is a scene of part of the afte... (more)
CSX K484 rolls east through Sandstone, Wv with a trio of CN units, the leader being an SD75i.
An EMD GP40-2 leads an eastbound train at Sandstone. The location is just west of Hinton along the New River and Milwaukee Road 4-8-4 261 will be along shortly with the westbound return of the New... (more)
With 30 privately owned cars in tow, three Amtrak heritage P42DCs lead the 2017 New River Train west through Sandstone, W.Va.
Leading the inaugural eastbound run of the Collis P. Huntington New River Train, Amtrak's commemotrative Veterans P42DC No. 42 passes a small farm situated along the New River near Sandston... (more)
Eastbound on the former C&O mainline, K080-03 eases into the curve at Sandstone on its trek across the snow covered New River Gorge to Hinton. The 100 train of crude oil is enroute to a Yorktown, ... (more)
The eastbound C&O signal bridge at Sandstone displays a clear signal on main two for an approaching eastbound as an early spring thunderstorm associated with a cold front invades the New River Gor... (more)
The eastbound Cardinal passes through Sandstone running more then five hours late. In just a few miles it will make it's next stop in Hinton, but will have to wait about 30 minutes for the New Riv... (more)
After laying over in downtown Hinton for three hours, the Collis P. Huntington Chapter of the NRHS and their annual New River Train glides through the eastern portion of the New River Gorge, passi... (more)
Disrupting the silence through the quaint village of Sandstone, Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal follows the New River through the Gorge to Hinton, on its eastward trek from Chicago to New York.... (more)
The tri-weekly Cardinal blast thru the crossovers at Sandstone on CSXT New River Sub eastbound. The train is only a few minutes from the 10:29 station stop at Hinton, WV.
Mother nature puts on a show making a great backdrop for the old C&O signal.
Silhouetted by a full moon, the eastbound C&O two track signal bridge at CP "Sandstone" stands guard, west of Hinton along the scenic New River Subdivision.
Empties for Russell have just left Hinton, following the banks of the New River west through the Sandstone Falls. Appropriately titled the "New River Subdivision", this empty coal drag will hug th... (more)