Light snow flurries fill the air as a southbound coal train rolls through the north end of Boody Yard approaching St. Paul, Va.
Southbound coal loads parallel Lick Creek through Hamlin, Va., located on the north end of the ex-Clinchfield a few miles north of St. Paul, Va.
An eastbound CSX coal train is passing the Red Stone drive in at Glenita, a good place for short order meals and other delights. Some locals have referred to the place as the "Red Bone." Natural T... (more)
A rock train rolls south through the Fern Country of Seville Florida on the A line. Freights are even tougher to shoot here now due to most of them running at night outside of the occasional rock ... (more)
CSX G982 Southbound through Waycross behind a pair of GE's
Colors, code lines, and a burnt orange station. This is fall on the old C&O! A touch of rainfall helped to make the scene today.
U881 pulling at Riverton!
The helpers on N731 have helped the train to ascend Newburg Grade, just ahead is the descent to Rowlesburg followed by the tough climb up Cranberry.
A helper's work is never done! Up next for this helper set is yet another trip up Newburg and Cranberry grades, pushing hard on N731.
Exercising trackage rights, this loaded CSX unit coal train just came across the Rockville Bridge and is about to enter Enola Yard. Off to the right, a Norfolk Southern merchandise train departs ... (more)
I don't think I've ever seen a house so close to an active main track!
It's fairly easy to chase trains on the Ohio River Sub, a 30MPH speed limit and low traffic on parallel Route 2 help to ensure plenty of photos.
I couldn't pass up a shot at the "Friendly Defect Detector".
N559 entered the Ohio River Sub at Brooklyn Jct., and is now headed towards Parkersburg.