Rolling through the Peach Creek Yard near Logan, West Virginia, C&O GP38 4822 breaks a rail and hits the ballast. It’s June 27th, 1976, and the coalfields are being worked by mostly four-axle pow... (more)
Illuminated by a spotlight, the ABS signal just west of Man protects the next block, illuminated green.
Uniquely designed, the ABS signal at Rum Jct. displays a clear signal, indicating the next block is free. These styles of signals are increasingly rare on CSX and the smaller C&O design is rare.
Arriving at Peach Creek from the west, empties for the Logan coalfields enter the yard limits at Henlawson in evening sun.
Arriving in Logan from Panco, CSX H814 has nearly completed it's short run over the Buffalo and Logan Subdivisions to Peach Creek. Upon arrival at Peach Creek, a road crew will then take the train... (more)
Empties for Peach Creek make their journey over the Logan Subdivision, north of Chapmanville. Fall colors in the Guyandotte River Valley are getting better with vibrant yellows and reds becoming m... (more)
An empty train idles in the Peach Creek while light power awaits it's next assignment.