Idling in the Westward Siding during a spring shower, CSXT 744 and a fellow GE wait for a recrew with an AEP train in tow.
Northwest Ohio bound coal loads creep through St. Albans on an extremely mild February evening.
With a night snow storm dumping several inches of fresh snow, CSXT 6408 idles in Westward Siding on an H033 work train.
On the shortest day of the year, a general MOW train idles in Westward Siding on a cold, snow covered day.
141 pound rail serves as America's steel highway for black diamond transport in the coalfields.
A mother and slug sit tied down on a general MOW train in the Westward Siding at St. Albans.
Tied down in the Westward Siding, a CW40-8 and a CW44AC pose for the camera under clear summer time skies.
CSXT 9052, a solo C44-9W charges through St. Albans with over a 100 loaded coal cars in tow.
Eastbound Virginia bound loads highball through greater downtown St. Albans.
Movin' Black Diamond! Eastbound empties clear just in time for westbound Kentucky bound empties to rumble through greater downtown St. Albans just a few minutes prior to sunset.
CSX engineer Jesse Smith leads westbound loads off of the Coal River Subdivision with a 70MAC on the point.
The only westbound manifest on the Kanawha Subdivision highballs through downtown St. Albans with a classy C40-8 on the point.
CSX W944, westbound Ammonia empties thunder through downtown St. Albans with a classic standard cab leader. W944 & W943 are fairly recent additions to the Kanawha Subdivision, transporting Ammonia... (more)
CSX H034 idles in the Westward Siding on a beautiful fall evening. This is the first shot I've submitted that is taken with my Canon EF-S 10-22mm USM.
CSX H034 idles in the Westward Siding with a freshly repainted SD50-2 on the point.