Two locomotives (pusher ID unknown) shove on the rear of CSX train T093-30 as the train crosses the Clinch River and Virginia State Route 65 at Clinchport, VA. The train is using trackage rights... (more)
A westbound empty train of "common" (railroad-owned, non-unit train cars) rolls through a big reverse curve behind mixed EMD and GE six-motor power at tiny Clinchport, VA. This is NS tra... (more)
June 12, 1987: On a hot and muggy June day many years ago, an eastbound NS unit coal train (all Silverside gons, bound for Duke Power in North Carolina) rolls through the big reverse curve at Clin... (more)
The pusher of CSXT 534 East rolls away from the camera at Clinchport, and across the Clinch River Bridge.
On President's Day, 2004, an unexpected overnight snow fall brought an unusual pattern of coverage in southwest Virginia and upper east Tennessee. Some of the higher elevations further north got v... (more)
A General Electric "Super 7" demonstrator leads three leased ex-Santa Fe C30-7s on a CSX coal train at Clinchport, VA. The train is on NS trackage rights, and the bridge crosses Stock Cr... (more)
An SD40-2 leads two GE U30Cs and a C30-7 on an eastbound unit coal train as it approaches the community of Clinchport, VA. About two miles back, the train passed through Natural Tunnel. CSX has us... (more)
More growth and bigger trees have blocked this view from US 23 for some time now. This is a westbound CSX empty train on NS (Southern) trackage at Clinchport, VA. The power is crossing Stock Creek... (more)
The Appalachian coal business was brisk in 1990, with many mines reaching peak output. CSX was really short on motive power, so a number of ex-Santa Fe C30-7s were leased to augment its own power ... (more)
Westbound w/seven SDs on the point moves over NS trackage rights through Clinchport. Line carved out of the Clinch River Bluffs behind is the ex-Clinchfield main.