A well worn C&O GP9 sits in the yard at St Albans WV coupled to a freight train waiting to go east.
Empty coal hoppers along the CSX Coal River Sub.
Enroute to Russell, Ky from Hinton, WV, one of the Kanawha Subdivisions mixed freights, Q303 passes through St. Albans, WV on this warm Summer afternoon.
Navigating through Indian Tunnel (just RR-West of lead engines) on the Coal River Subdivision, part of CSX's largest division, the Huntington Division. CSX train E511, a 150-car empty train for Da... (more)
With less then 20 minutes till sunset the rails glow as a eastbound grain train kicks up a little dust.
CSX 58 sits solo with a rock train waiting for it's recrew.
NKP 765 Trying it best to look like C&O Kanawha Class 2765 is leaving St Albans WV after picking up Passengers on the annual New River Train
Headed up the Coal River Sub, an approaching coal train lights up the interior before rounding the curve to exit the tunnel. Off to the lower right is the reflection of one of the two signal light... (more)
This work train is tied down for the weekend. The St. Albans yard office has obviously seen better days.
Leaving St Albans on a clear signal, under a late evening sky. C&O fans will recognize the colorful streaks belonging to the PV Chapel Hill, as she leads the consist westbound. 65 second exposure... (more)
LOOK OUT!!! CSX 98 crosses the St. Albans bridge on a snowy March day. Note: The train was stopped and this is my first modern diesel shot on RP!
Wishing the weather was better, and the 80 was leading...
East bound West Olive (CSCX) mtys rumble over the Coal River Bridge at the east end of Dock bound for loading at Toms Fork on the Cabin Creek Subdivision.
A Loram rail grinder waits out a sunny Mother's Day in the siding at St Albans, WV. Monday will find the unit hard at work on the Coal River Subdivision to the south.