Westbound through Teays, a pair of DODX casks containing spent fuel rods operates as a W905 military train. The unique move will arrive in Russell, KY later this afternoon and from there, rapidly ... (more)
With armed guards in the DODX caboose bringing up the rear, a westbound CSX W905 rumbles through Teays Valley transporting two nuclear casks from Newport News.
After finding dragging equipment near the rear of the train, CSXT 412 has resumed eastward with coal cars in tow.
After being informed of dragging equipment on the train, CSXT 7389 and a train of AEPX loads sit just west of the Teays Lane road crossing.
Westbound coal loads travel through Teays in the early morning light.
With a light haze in the air, the intermediate signals at Teays project a beam that pierces into the night time sky.
Westbound loads highball through Teays Valley in the evening sun.
A pair of "bright future" locomotives lead an empty coal train through Teays Valley at timetable speed of 50 MPH.
CSX 457 flys through Teays Valley kicking up dust off the fresh ballast.
A westbound Peach Creek bound empty coal train rumbles through peaceful Teays Valley. In the distance, RP.net contributor Travis Giles reviews his image of CSXT 145.
A westbound Q303 zips by Teays Valley with quite a unique lashup including two CW44AC's, a Yn1 painted mother and slug, a new ES44AC, and a Conrail painted C40-8.
An eastbound empty coal train rumbles through Teays Valley.
An empty TILX rapid discharge train zips through the quiet town of Teays Valley enroute to the coalfields of West Virginia.
CSX 307 with five other units pull a grain train through Teays Valley.
CSX 5385 with a coal drag heading east through Teays Valley.