CSX Q62006 heads south.
A southbound CSX empty pipe flat train flies high across the Tennessee River. I was expecting a northbound in perfect light, but nonetheless this showed up. I'm still satisfied with the outcome.
CSX E592 idles at Coal Dock, waiting for a signal to proceed on the Coal River Subdivision.
CSX Q62006 heads south with the engineer giving a big friendly wave.
Q620 features the #394 as well as the YN1 #7509 today.
Talk about a railroad friendy town, The Logan West Virginia Town Hall is as trackside as you can get. The building in the background used to be the station.
S285 rolls into Churchville as a Cardinal looks on.
CSX 394 West passes below a canopy of tree limbs as it proceeds up the siding at Grand Saline for a meet with Amtrak train No. 22, the eastbound Texas Eagle.
CSX 394 West departs Mineola and having met a fast-moving stack train in this quaint East Texas town.
A westbound UP train is in the hole for the Texas Eagle at Grand Saline.
A manifest headed for DFW waits in the hole as an eastbound stack train whizzes past.
In another three miles, T867 will win the battle with gravity, having conquered Cranberry's 2.84% ruling grade.
The Oakland station may well be the most intersting of the several surviving B&O structures on the West End.