A West Virginia Southern motor car makes a run north along the old NS White Oak Branch through Oak Hill. The line has been abandoned for several years and is now owned by Fayette County.
West Virginia Southern SW14 #1442 approaches Mt. Hope, West Virginia, with three loads of pulpwood from the CSX interchange at Thurmond. The train is passing the abutments of an abandoned rail lin... (more)
West Virginia Southern's lone unit, SW14 #1442, struggles up the two percent grade along Dunloup Creek out of Thurmond, West Virginia, on a dreary January day with maximum tonnage: three loads of ... (more)
During the last days of West Virginia Southern's operations WVS 1442 sets silent at South Side Junction, WVC operations ended July 7 2005, RJ Corman took over operations and brought in a pair of G... (more)
Slow day at Thurmond - one train in 5 hours on CSX and nothing moving across the river on the WVS.