Situated along C&O's Alleghany grade, an eastbound heavy tonnage coal drag illuminates the intermediate cantilever style signals at secluded Sugar Camp, between White Sulphur Springs and Tuckahoe.
The station stop at White Sulphur Springs was a few miles back. Now, the eastbound Cardinal is moments from going through the north Alleghany Tunnel en route to DC. Next stop: Clifton Forge, VA.
Rest in Peace, Tuckahoe. The final full moon at Tuckahoe silhouettes the impressive and well photographed C&O cantilever at C.P. 'Tuckahoe', west of Alleghany. Tuckahoe was a well established phot... (more)
A beautiful Fall morning in Tuckahoe, WV yields a photo of the Eastbound Cardinal rushing under the uniquely designed C&O cantilever that has now been removed.
Changing of the guard.. With a full moon in the sky under partly cloudy skies, CSX's newest signal suspension project is less than 48 hours from taking place. The CSX signal at C.P. "Tuckahoe" wil... (more)
CSX AC4400 507 and another AC unit lead a loaded coal train under the signal bridge at Tuckahoe, WV on the Alleghany Sub.
A old dash8 leads struggling U211 East through Tuckahoe WV on a beautiful Fall day.
A helper shoves the back of a coal train during a light rain.
The Ronceverte helper has just cut off of CSX T223 at Tuckahoe, returning west to Ronceverte.
After going into emergency at White Sulphur Springs and again at Alleghany, CSX T223 struggles uphill on wet rail with a loaded coal train for the ports of Virginia.
In the evening sun, CSX E505 negotiates the Alleghany mountains during her commute west to Hinton. The uniquely designed cantilever at "Tuckahoe" is on CSX's hit list for removal in the upcoming m... (more)
Another CSX coal drag muscles its way up the grade towards Alleghany Tunnel.
Running a few minutes late and just minutes out of the station stop at White Sulphur Springs, Amtrak 51 and 77 lead the eastbound Cardinal at Tuckahoe, WV.
Standing on a deer trail, watching two GE's do their best with 100 loads of coal near the top of Alleghany Mountain.