R J Corman "Satellite" Office shown here on the Loup Creek Branch...
RJ Corman returns from interchanging with CSX at Thurmond.
After delivering two empties to the CSX interchange at Thurmond, a pair of R.J. Corman SD40-2T's and two loads of ammonium nitrate negotiate the stiff grades up Loup Creek, passing the Loup Creek ... (more)
Enroute to the CSX/Corman interchange at Thurmond, the entire locomotive roster for the West Virginia operations glide past the frigid Loup Creek falls in dynamic brakes.
With a full moon shining bright from above, an RJ Corman local silhouettes the C&O bridge over the National New River.
It's 2:17 am in the morning as an RJ Corman local interchanges cars with CSX in downtown Thurmond. The full moon is bright in the New River Gorge tonight, illuminating much of the bridge that cros... (more)
Following northbound loads off the Loup Creek Branch, a pair of RJRC Tunnel Motors operate restricted speed, passing through a city park in Mt. Hope.
Stumbled upon this pair of engines on the way to Thurmond.
A pair of RJ Corman Tunnel Motors spend the night tied down at the yard office in Thurmond. Scene lit by a 2 million cande light power spotlight.
A pair of RJ Corman tunnel motors bask in the morning light at Thurmond.
Former SP and former UP tunnel motor leads the RJ Corman coal train up to Cresson, PA were it will be tied down.