A CSX work train heads up the Coal River with MOW equipment for the up coming curfews.
Standing guard at the E.E. Coal River Siding, the soon to be replaced C&O mast signal displays two red signals, just minutes before blacking out as a result of a power outage. The winds and lightn... (more)
Leading empties toward Danville, CSXT 3020, one of the most recent releases from GE in Erie passes the E.E. Coal River Siding in the late afternoon sun.
Lightning over Coal River.. The westbound absolute at E.E. Coal River Siding displays a clear signal for an approaching loaded train, as a cold front to the north helps generate some severe thunde... (more)
Empties for the Danville coalfields have just knocked down the signal at E.E. Coal River Siding, CLF 6.2. Nearly 25 miles are left for this empty man before he reaches his crew run destination of ... (more)
The morning is still and the C&O mast signals at E.E. Coal River Siding stand tall as they're silhouetted against the morning sky.
Leaning into the curve at E.E. Coal River Siding, CSXT 4722 catches the evening sun as it leads a train of empties toward Elk Run.
Leaning into the curve at E.E. Coal River Siding, an Elk Run destined empty coal train makes the commute up the scenic Coal River Subdivision.
Silhouetting the C&O mast signal at E.E. Coal River, CSX E511 has just started it's journey into the coalfields of Appalachia.
Good morning, C&O! The westbound mast signal at E.E. Coal River indicates it's a slow start to railroading in the coalfields.
After running through the siding at Coal River, CSXT 48 will soon resume track speed, as it passes a pair of C&O pole signals at E.E. Coal River.
Going from siding to main at E.E. Coal River, CSX E592 resumes it's trek eastward on the Coal River Subdivision.
Eastbound empties pass by the photogenic "E.E. Coal River Siding" signal in downtown Tornado.
With the C&O signals still proudly in charge, CSXT 761 charges east with black diamond empties in tow.
CSXT 11, one of the early CW44AC's, leads a train of MTY's past the CP "EE Coal River" headed for Danville.