A CSX OCS train crosses over Pigeonroost Creek southbound in Relief, NC. It looks as if some railfans stoped quickly to shoot a train going across this classic Clinchfield bridge.
Looking across this bend in the Nolichucky River provided an unobsturcted view of the SB coal train travelling down the picturesque Blue Ridge Sub. This was one of only two southbounds called all ... (more)
AC's blast into a small clearing, crossing a road and a small stream as they approach the EDD at Relief.
The hills are ablaze with colors as yet another loaded coal train slides behind one of the many cottages that dot the valley.
Coal loads head south along the Toe River behind a pair of 70MACs.
C40-8 7612 crosses the Pigeonroost Creek Bridge southbound in Relief at 04:37! Nice gift of a conventional cab leader!
A southbound loaded coal train crosses over the first of two bridges between Relief and Huntdale that still have "Clinchfield Railroad" lettering on them.
CSXT N231 South, charging along the Toe River on the former Clinchfield Railroad. Carolina Pine comes to mind... EXIF Data in file.
A nice place to take lunch