Buffalo Creek & Gauley 4 crosses Samuel Spencer Boulevard at the North Carolina Transportation Museum. This was one of the few times the locomotive operated under its real number at Spencer -- mos... (more)
Buffalo Creek & Gauley #13 leaving Dundon with empty coal hoppers in March 1962.
Buffalo Creek & Gauley #4 westbound and Swandale, WV in Sept 1963.
Westbound Buffalo Creek & Gauley #4 near Widen, WV in the summer of 1963.
The cosmetic work looks great! Buffalo Creek and Gauley 14 received a full cosmetic restoration recently topped off with some fresh paint (I'm personally not a fan of the siderod color). I ... (more)
BCG 14 shines while on display at the Gaithersburg MARC station as a CSX manifest heads west.
BC&G #14 leading Dundon, WV during the summer of '63.
BC&G #14 leading its traing through Cresmont in this 1963 view.
BC&G #13 working around the yard at Dundan, December 1962.
BC&G #4 at Dundon, WV || June 1961
Buffalo Creek & Gauley Railbus/Motorcar 'B' in Dundon, January 1963. This car was built around 1920 with the chasis built by FWD and the car frame built by Brill. The car held 12 people and was po... (more)
Buffalo Creek & Gauley #14 leads its train through the classic West Virginia logging scene at Swandale in June 1963.
BC&G #4 near Widen, WV in the winter of 1963.
Buffalo Creek & Gauley #4 working in the yard at Widen, WV in early April, 1962.
From Tom Sink's collection, this photo by a Buffalo Creek & Gauley company photographer shows BC&G 2-8-0 #3 at Widen around 1923-1924. This locomotive was scrapped in 1930.