A nice collection of snowsplows and cabs sit along the old C&O in Quinnimont WVa.
The Piney Creek shifter rests on some of the yards best track. Earlier in the day, they came down the line with the loaded cars, and put them on life support.
Amtrak train 50, the tri-weekly Cardinal, is accelerating through Quinnimont, West Virginia, after making its stop at Prince.
The power for the Laurel Creek shifter lays over at the quaint terminal at Quinnimont, West Virginia.
This is the last place I would have thought to find a "daddy long legger".
The power and cab for the Laurel Creek shifter idle away the afternoon in the remote terminal of Quinnimont, West Virginia, in October of 1981.
Along the New River, CSX mine run power waits for call times at the former C&O terminal at Quinnimont. The GE B30-7 is in familiar territory, since it was C&O 8294