A Kanawha River Railroad crew eases across the trestle at Sweeneysburg,WV bringing Norfolk Southern empties north to be loaded at Quincey utilizing the old Virginian Princeton - Deepwater District... (more)
Kanawha River Railroad's KN37 puts on a show over Sweeneysburg trestle as four ex NS SD60s dig-in hard against 110 loads of West Virginian black diamonds. Coal train KN33 and its associated KN37 p... (more)
Kanawha River Railroad train KN34 crosses Sweeneysburg Trestle near Beckley, WV on the former NS/Virginian Princeton-Deepwater District this with a loaded coal train for Elmore Yard
With 110 loads of coal for Tidewater export, NS DC-to-AC conversion AC44C6M No. 4039 eases across the Virginian Railway-built trestle at Sweeneysburg. 110 cars back, a quartet of Watco-owned SD60s... (more)
A quartet of Watco's SD60s shove an eastbound loaded coal train at Sweeneysburg trestle along the former Virginian Railway's Princeton-Deepwater District.
Spanning Sweeneysburg trestle, CN-painted EJ&E SD38-2 No. 658 heads for Elmore Yard from Alloy on Watco's Kanawha River Railroad.
A trio of CSX engines, including CSX ET44AC No. 3333 leads the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey 'Blue' unit circus train across the Virginian Railway's Sweeneysburg trestle northwest of Beckley... (more)
The Blue Unit Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus train crosses the trestle at Sweeneysburg. This run from Charleston, WV to Uniondale, NY is the final run from show to show of the Ringling B... (more)
The Blue Unit Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus train passes over the high bridge at Sweeneysburg on the final run to Charleston. Once the Virginian Railway, this stretch of trackage is now... (more)
The end of an era... On July 30, Norfolk Southern ran its last train across the NS Princeton-Deepwater District from Alloy Yard in Deepwater, W.Va., south to Elmore Yard in Mullens, W.Va. W... (more)
The Wild, Wonderful World of Watco... Watco crews lead an empty run-through NS coal train across the former Virginian main at Sweeneysburg, W.Va., led by six leased Norfolk Southern EMD SD6... (more)