It takes four units on the head and three on the rear of these loaded coal hoppers to ease them down the steep grade of the Sewell Valley Subdivision. This is the rear end and photo 2 of 2. (Pho... (more)
It takes four units on the head and three on the rear of these loaded coal hoppers to ease them down the steep grade of the Sewell Valley Subdivision. This is the head end and photo 1 of 2. (Pho... (more)
A necessary part of every train in 1982 was the caboose.
A westbound train of empty hoppers is passing through Montgomery, West Virginia, approaching Handley Yard.
Power for a westbound mine run is proceeding to the west end of Handley Yard on #20 Track on a hot and hazy August afternoon.
Typical yard power at the C&O's Russell Yard in 1983.
Maybe, someday, this pair of classic F-units can regularly power the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway trains out of Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
The 1:00 Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway Santa Claus Special is ready for boarding at the old CNJ station at Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
An eastbound trash train is approaching the mainline fuel pad at Harrisburg to get topped off before continuing on its way.
A lone C40-9W has been topped off at the fuel pad where some colorful power gets their turn.
A pair of soon to be gone GP15-1s idle at the west end of Harrisburg yard.
CSX SD40-2 6402 and road slug 2334 sit quietly on Black Friday with a welded rail train at Osborn Yard in Louisville, Kentucky.
A southbound autorack train is waiting for the signal to enter Osborn Yard in Louisville, Kentucky.
The NS mobile mechanic is checking out the power on the yard lead at Waynesboro, Virginia.
A modern CSX helper set sits quietly between the decaying Ronceverte C&O station and the vine encrusted C&O coaling tower on a late Sunday afternoon.