CSXT 817 heads through a snow shower just ahead of Amtrak.
A now retried B36-7 passes under the now gone C&O style signal heading for South Charleston yard.
Amtrak 176 leading the New River leaf train making it's station stop at Montgomery, WV
CSXT 387 and 711 lead a loaded coal train through Cotton Hill, WV. At the left is the former C&O passenger station which is now used by CSX MOW crews.
CSXT 7752 leads a loaded coal train through Eagle, WV
Amtrak 176 leads the New River Leaf train P936 through Mt. Carbon, WV
Amtrak 192 leads Amtrak train 52, the Eastbound Cardinal through Cotton Hill, WV. At the left is the former C&O passenger station which is now used by CSX MOW crews.
CSX 81 heads under the old searchlight signals, just over a month on October 21 2008 they were taken down.
The scene shown has change a lot through the last years. The C&O cantilever and pole signals are both gone as well as the old code line on the right. The new signals that are covered are now charg... (more)
CSXT 4540 and an AC4400 lead a loaded coal train through Mt. Carbon, WV
Amtrak 176 and 2 other units lead P936, the New River leaf train through Handley, WV. The dust is really flying, as CSX has been replacing ties and ballast like crazy on the New River and Kanawha ... (more)
Somewhat rare to see is 2504 dumping a side dump car at Scary with a short work train complete with a chessie caboose.
Amtrak 176 pulls the second of four New River Train trips. Shown running about 15 minutes and just bets the clouds before they blocked the sun.
Amtrak 176 pulls the first of four New River Train trips on a great fall morning.
CSX 286 leading in fresh paint heads through Hurricane on Q303.