H801 departs Rainelle with 38 loads of coal bound for Meadow Creek.
On one of those idyllic early autumn days when the air is warm and refreshing, a distant groan begins to fill the atmosphere as a westbound works its way up the Potomac valley along the Magnolia C... (more)
You don't see many pictures from that remote piece of railroad nestled in the Potomac valley, now that the distinctive B&O style color position light signals have gone away. In their swansong year... (more)
There might not be any photo lines or a Big Boy 4-8-8-4 barreling down this right-of-way along Union Pacific's Overland Route, but this obscure rail line in one of West Virginia'a most remote sect... (more)
The Conrail heritage unit pushes coal loads past the ancient N&W coaling tower at Farm while several GE's idle away and fog rolls through the West Virginia hollers.
A look inside the paint booth finds CSX 2428 getting prepped for a coat of YN3B. The unit is former L&N 1274. Taken with permission.
951 passes by Mountain View Memory Garden in Maher, as the sun comes up through the fog raising from the Tug Fork Valley.
The Norfolk Southern OCS makes it's way into Bluefield yard for a crew change before it continues westward onto the Pocahontas District.
The Norfolk Southern OCS heads westbound in Ingleside, Wv along the Christiansburg District at Cox's Cutoff.
Westbound NS 951, with the F9's leading the Office Car train, passes through Kenova, passing over the head end of Eastbound CSX T122-28, right on the heels of another Eastbound on the opposite mai... (more)
Westbound NS 951 departs Williamson just after daybreak, with the 4 F-units and their business train.
CSX ES44AH's 1776 (formerly 3112) and 911 have been repainted into special schemes honoring first responders and veterans at their locomotive shop in Huntington, West Virginia.
CSX ES44AH's 911 and 1776 have been repainted into special schemes honoring first responders and veterans at their locomotive shop in Huntington, West Virginia.
Chesapeake & Ohio 4-8-4 614T shows its muscle pulling an eastbound coal drag past a pair of classic cantilever signal structures at Hurricane, West Virginia.
Ross Rowland’s ex-C&O 4-8-4, renumbered to 614T, storms through Hurricane, West Virginia with an eastbound coal train.