CSX ES44AC's 938 and 855 lead a loaded coal train over Copper Creek viaduct near Clinchport, VA on the former Clinchfield RR.
After the first ever Railroad Day held at Natural tunnel State Park, the Virginian heritage unit travels back to Frisco, TN passing through the truss bridge across the Clinch River at Clinchport, ... (more)
A CSX loaded coal train crossing the Copper Creek Viaduct under cover of night
CSX ES44AC 907 and AC4400 126 leading an empty coal hopper train back North on the Copper Creek Viaduct near Clinchport, VA
CSXT AC4400's 346 and 388 lead a loaded coal train over the NS's smaller viaduct over Copper Creek near Clinchport, VA. CSX and NS grant each other reciprocal trackage rights over each others trac... (more)
CSXT AC4400 333 leads new at the time ES44AC 3055 with a loaded coal train over Copper Creek Viaduct near Clinchport, VA while a couple of fishermen enjoy the beautiful fall day.
Three brand new CSX GE ES44ACs (3073-3072-3071) bring a southbound Duke Power coal train across the Copper Creek Viaduct at Clinchport enroute to Erwin, TN and eventually Brice, NC.
The 70th annual running of the Clinchfield Santa Train creeps across massive Copper Creek trestle situated just South of Clinchport, VA a balmy November evening along this highly scenic section of... (more)
Five NS heritage units make their way westbound from Knoxville, TN to Andover, VA. Here, they cross the Clinch River at appropriately-named Clinchport, VA. The right of way below the bridge and fo... (more)
An eastbound unit coal train behind a trio of SD50s rolls through the snow-covered landscape at Clinchport, VA. The train is using NS trackage rights here, and just passed through Natural Tunnel.
A lone AC unit takes empties across Copper Creek and back to the coalfields for a refill.
A CSX coal train crosses the Copper Creek Viaduct with an AC6000 on the lead.
The Norfolk Southern-original-heritage unit, NS 8114, crosses the Clinch River en route from Knoxville to Andover with a mixed freight.
An eastbound Andover-Yuma Turn crosses the overhead truss bridge at Clinchport. The lead unit is a former Southern Railway SD40-2. The "white face" is leading a radio-train with mid-train helpers.