CSXT GP40-2 No. 6141 reverses through a S curve, caboose-first, along the picturesque Vaco Branch on its 0.6-mile shove to the C&O main at Deepwater. The Vaco Branch is how the C&O gained access t... (more)
The conductor of CSX H701 is lining the VACO Jct. switch for the C&O side. Shortly, this 8-car local will reverse caboose-first down the steep Vaco Branch before returning to the CSXT main at Deep... (more)
After trading empties for loads, the South Charleston-based Gauley Trolley is headed back to the C&O at Deepwater, spanning a small Virginian-built trestle on its approach to VACO Junction,... (more)
Reversing across the Deepwater Bridge spanning the Kanawha River, CSX H701, the Gauley Trolley is caboose-first, enroute to WV Manufacturing with empty covered hoppers. In a span of 1 mile,... (more)
Built for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, this 46-year-old GP40-2 ascends the Vaco Branch from the C&O to the Virginian Railway main at Deepwater. The South Charleston-based local is operating on W... (more)
Q296 rolls east by West Cumbo Tower.
ex B&O 4242
Three CSX EMDs shove four NS units through Tilford Yard, CSX's mixed freight classification yard in Atlanta. The leader was built for the Baltimore & Ohio in June of 1975, and it's certainly in st... (more)
Local F773 with two aging EMD workhorses is pulled into acca yard by a beat up yellow nose 1 unit.