An eastbound local carrying containers of ash passing the popular railfan location of Point of Rocks.
An eastbound coal train rolls across the 1910 stone viaduct crossing the Cacapon River.
Eastbound Q394 crosses U.S. 23 as the conductor calls out a clear indication at Longley, one of my personal favorite locations on the former C&O. Code line, C&O signals, and a bright red barn make... (more)
CSXT 483 throttles up after clearing the 5th Street crossing in St. Albans. This single CW44AC is responsible for getting 80+ loaded coal hoppers over the Scary mountain less than two miles away.
As the last light of the evening slowly dissipates, CSXT 483 and it's train of loaded coal cars rumble off the west leg of the Coal River Wye and onto the Kanawha main.
CSX 483 sits in St. Albans waiting for a light to head east to Cabin Creek.
Moments after crossing the Ohio River, CSXT 483, SD40 HLCX 8160, and CSXT GP40-2 5096 roll south through Covington. Mother of God Church is behind.
CSX 483 is stopped waiting for an Extra North to clear the path. In the background is downtown Kingsport along with the old Clinchfield freight station to the right.