Enroute to Lee Creek, N.C., from western Alberta, three Canadian National units power a loaded sulfur train through Marmet, W.Va., eastbound on CSX's ex-C&O mainline. The Canadian visitors add a s... (more)
Wth the South Charleston industrial park in the background, molten sulfur loads for the Potash Corp. mine at Aurora, N.C., roll east along the former C&O mainline under the lead power of CN EMD SD... (more)
Leaning into the S curve on the approach to Big Rock, molten sulfur loads for Lee Creek, N.C., roll across the former C&O mainline sporting three Canadian National locomotives, including EMD SD75i... (more)
Underneath CSX's YN3 'dark future' paint scheme, CSX predecessor heritages representing the Seaboard Coast Line, Conrail, and Chesapeake & Ohio layover at the CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shops on ... (more)
Awaiting their fate at CSX's Huntington locomotive shops, 41-year-oold former L&N SD40-2 No. 8112, now CSXT No. 8112 sits coupled in front of the 54-year-old former C&O SD40 No. 7475, now CSXT No.... (more)
After making setoffs and pickups at the South Charleston Yard, CSX H751 rolls through downtown St. Albans at last light with GE ES44AC No. 941 serving as the solo DPU on this Kentucky bound manife... (more)
A formed Seaboard Coast Line GP38-2 leads Sunday's Gauley Trolley eastbound along the Kanawha River at East Bank, sporting back-to-back conventional cabs, a caboose, and empty hoppers for A... (more)
Built as GE AC4400CW No. 205, CSX-rebuilt AC44CM No. 7225 is the solo head-end leader of a unit coal train from the mines of eastern Kentucky, seen here eastbound through Marmet, W.Va., on CSX's e... (more)
Cabooses are still earning their keep in Class I local service in West Virginia as CSXT Operation Red Block caboose No. 16640 brings up the rear of Sunday's Gauley Trolley as it arrives bac... (more)
Bright future under dark skies... CSX YN2-painted GP40-2 No. 4419 enters South Charleston yard limits on a restricting signal after exchanging loaded covered hoppers for empties at West Virginia M... (more)
Passing through West Virginia's capitol city and the Charleston Amtrak station, CSX H701, known locally as the Gauley Trolley, rolls along the Kanawha River with empty covered hoppers from Alloy. ... (more)
CSX's Gauley Trolley under the alias of H701 returns west through Montgomery, W.Va., after switching West Virginia Manufacturing's Alloy, W.Va., plant on Watco trackage rights. Spring is in... (more)
Built in May 1978 for Conrail, this 43-year-old EMD GP40-2 continues to wear CSX's ever increasingly rare "Bright Future" YN2 paint scheme as it lays over in the railroad's former C&O ya... (more)
H779, the Russell to Huntington and return "Peddler", passes the Ashland Amtrak platform on their way to Huntington.
Heading out of the sunset, a CSX ES44 pulls on the coal hoppers on a nice Summer evening.