What was once one of the most powerful locomotive's used by CSX, The Spirit of Waycross is likely in low spirits as it rust's away in the storage track at Waycross yard.
Slowly grinding up the over 2% grade, C789-01 is full throttle and sand trying to tackle the grade. With 100 loads, two motors head end, one DP motor 50 deep and two manned motors (helper) on the ... (more)
After striking a large rock slide, all units and multiple empty coal hoppers hit the ground. All crew members survived the incident but were left with injuries. This is a scene of part of the afte... (more)
The switcher for Dow Chemical takes a break on a brisk Feburuary morning.
With 100 loads of sand in tow, UP 7232 leads south to the Transflo Facility in Fairmont along the NS Loveridge Secondary.
With 100 loads of coal in tow, CSX 590 leads its train around the loop at “Century” mine. This is the newest coal customer for the Cowen Sub operated by the A&O railroad using CSX power and ca... (more)
A&O 3808 leads 80 empty coal hoppers across the Pleasent Creek Bridge.
With 80 empty coal hoppers in tow, three GP 38’s lug it’s train up grade just outside of Grafton bound for Carter Roag Mine.
Sitting awaiting passengers to board, The Durbin and Greenbrier Valley railroad Tygart Flyer sits infront of the Elkins Depot on a cool fall day.
CSX train L154 passes Maple Lake.
The unloading facility (Twin Eagle Sand Logistics) for local frac sand at Jerry Run sits with a lone switcher unit.
With 34 loads of sand in tow this veteran Dash 9 leads L154 westbound on the Mountain Sub.
Fall colors in full bloom blanket the Mountains following the Shavers Fork River as the Tygart Flyer eases along on its journey
CSX M&K Helper Job H101 shoves hard on the rear of the C785 as they begin the uphill battle toward Terra Alta. The train is crossing the Cheat River.
130 loads of coal bound for Toldedo Dock cross the Pleasent Creek Bridge enroute to Grafton before its journey north.