An AEPX coal train from north central West Virginia navigates the seldom photographed Bills Creek Industrial Track on its short jaunt to the John E. Amos Power Plant for unloading. The head end is... (more)
Looking like something out of a model railroad, this scene is actually the site of a Limestone quarry in the heart of Rockcastle County Kentucky. The rail lines on the left were once part of the ... (more)
With a load of Frack sand in tow here we see locomotive 62 lead train ID W-239
Notch 8 and Sand at OX Cabin. Even 150 empty hoppers require a bit of effort to move West over the East Slope of the Alleghany Grade.
Exercising trackage rights on the former MGA, #62 glides across Dunkard Creek.
The remains of an old loadout are visible in this shot, a reminder of how coal was shipped prior to the advent of the unit train.
About as clean as they come.