The last run of the 2014 New River Train makes a rare trip across the Sewell bridge.
On an unseasonably cool afternoon, with the fog still lingering on the mountain tops, Eastbound loads of coal cross the 111 year old Sewell Bridge deep in the New River Gorge.
Illuminated entirely by star light and the passing of two separate trains, a star filled sky swirls above the New River Gorge at Sewell as an eastbound loaded coal train crosses the New River on m... (more)
Upgrade and in full throttle, 10,000 horses struggle to keep 150 loads of Southern West Virginia coal moving over the stiff grades of the New River Subdivisions at Sewell. The train has just cross... (more)
Medium clear at Sewell... An eastbound drag struggles uphill during a full moon in the intimidating New River Gorge, west of Hinton.
Crossing the river at Sewell. The New River Gorge is known for its beauty, and whitewater rafting.
Eastbound coal loads for the ports of Virginia cross over the National New River at Sewell in the heart of the NRG.
Full moon night at Sewell. A 14 minute exposure @ f8.0, ISO 100 taken just before midnight. For an earlier pre-moon view of the location from Chase Gunnoe, see photo 329447.
A scene only possible through the shutter of a camera.. As RP.net contributor Loyd Lowry and myself sit on a rock placed conveniently in the middle of the New River in complete darkness, an eastbo... (more)
Built on the banks of the New River, the former C&O South Side Subdivision (correct me if I am wrong) is falling apart and slowly being reclaimed by mother nature.
Forgotten by Man. Reclaimed by Mother Nature.
Nestled in the New River Gorge near the village of Sewell the number 2 main crosses "The New" and converges with the number 1 main on the north side of the gorge which then goes to single track un... (more)
The eastbound Chessie Safety Express, pulled by C&O 614, is entering the single track at Sewell, West Virginia, deep in the New River Gorge.