Where the wounded locomotives go for care, we see one that’s in the process of being repaired back to service at Norfolk Southerns Juniata shop.
115 loads of black diamonds roll into Grafton Yard passing over the Tygart River.
Deep in the mountains of West Virginia, this westbound string of empty grain hoppers rolls by.
Passing the Prince Amtrak station, the CSX executive special is eastbound.
The CSX executive special is passing Montgomery fire station as they display their beautiful ladder truck.
Q316 is eastbound passing the WV DOH garage.
Passing over U.S. Route 50, CSX Q316 heads eastbound towards Grafton.
Passing over the bridge crosses U.S. Route 50 that was built by the B&O.
X317 westbound on the Shortline passing the Dawson Mines area.
X317 is passing the intermediate signal known as Columbia, the train is also exiting the Lodgeville tunnel in the background.
X317 passing over the Lamberts Run Bridge.
During a heavy downfall of snow, X317 is passing over US Route 50 and US Route 19 on its way to Brooklyn Junction and ultimately Cincinnati Ohio.
CSX’s track geometry train westbound in Bridgeport. A unique leader is a former MARC unit.
Southbound train B821, on NS trackage rights is heading southbound to Grafton with 103 loads of coal for Brice North Carolina.
Clean up is under way to get these locomotives back on the rails after an early morning derailment.