A westbound coal train is tied down in the westward siding for the night.
CSXT 519 spends the day with his train in the westward siding.
CSX 457 flys through Teays Valley kicking up dust off the fresh ballast.
Westbound heads upgrade with empty grain hoppers by what the railroad calls Big Rock.
Two coal trains one is parked in westward siding waiting for a crew as the second passes it on main two as it heads off the Coal River.
CSXT 5229 leads an empty grain train crossing over the New River at Hawks Nest trestle, Ansted, WV on the former C&O mainline at peak fall colors. Single unit trains are pretty rare in this neck o... (more)
Crane Masters work on cuting down the classic C&O signals through St. Albans.
CSXT 486 leads a mixed freight through the clasic cantilever C&O signals at Cotton hill switching over from track 1 to track 2. This was a very cold / snowy day.
CSXT 6415 and Road Slug 2331 sit in the yard at Deepwater Jct waiting for the main to clear so they can make their final run to South Charleston to call it a day after working several industries a... (more)
CSXT 4710 leads a Westbound coal hopper train past the signals at "CP Falls" the Kanawaha Sub up the New River Valley towards Huntington. This was a very cold / snowy day.
CSXT 486 and 389 sit at the Eastbound signal at Cotton Hill, WV on the Kanawaha Sub waiting to head up the New River Valley towards Richmond. On the left is the former Passenger Station which now ... (more)
CSX's brand new SD50-3 rebuilds making their maiden run on Q302.
Q-302 has just finshed it's work at South Charleston yard and is ready to head on east.
Q-302 with CSX 8585 and 7925 wait to start there work at South Charleston yard.
Q303-21 lead by CSX 7304 one of the few remaining Conrail painted units on the system. Shown heading west through St. Albans on warm summer day.