Eastman coal loads rumble railroad south along the CV Sub
A CSX Eastman coal train rumbles through the small Virginian community of Olinger on the CV Sub.
A very quiet and tranquil Sunday morning in the rural Virginia mountains is briefly interrupted by the deafening sound of squealing flanges and roaring GE motors, as loads of coal head for Kingspo... (more)
With two AC motors on both ends of the train, CSX coal train T090 grinds its way up the stiff grade from Copper Creek utilizing trackage rights over the Southern.
CSX train T090 has just finished making its move over Hagans Switchback and is back on the move east along the Cumberland Valley Sub towards Big Stone Gap,VA.
Eastman bound loads leave Hagan Yard on a crisp Fall morning.
On a cold January afternoon, yet another 150 cars of loaded coal are seen heading under the Hampton Roads Terminal(HRT) signals which display restricting due to the 10 mph yard limit. Leading this... (more)
CSX 3 has never looked spiffier rolling out of the yard at Hazard for a trip down the North Fork of the Kentucky River.
The conductor of F728 (whose train is to the left) has just handed off an EOT (seen on the front deck of CSXT 3) to the crew of F727, which is turning southbound onto the Parmele Sub from the Caro... (more)
A CSX northbound brings a train of coal for the hand off to TTI.
Engine 3 leads a northbound through the wide open farmland of Randolph County. This is the location of the new Broughton Siding, built to minimize train meets in downtown Roanoke. The actual commu... (more)
The daily Loyall Turn splits the signals and holds the CV main at the north end of Barbourville passing siding on his SB trip to Loyall.
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