Westbound stacks grind upgrade at Mance.
Q139 makes track speed under the C&O signal at Fort Spring enroute to Russell, KY.
CSX signal crews work with Crane Masters to replace the old US&S signals. By the end of the day the look and feel at Kanawha Falls will have changed forever.
As CSX Communication & Signal forces work to replace the C&O signals at the 'Kanawha Falls' interlocking, men and equipment are cleared to allow for the passing of high priority, CSX Q139 bound fo... (more)
Going from single to double main at Mt. Carbon, a westbound long term detour baretable train, CSX Q139 charges under the disconnected C&O absolute at CP 'Mt. Carbon'. The new signals have had thei... (more)
Westbound baretables, operating under the long term detour of CSX Q139 blast through St. Albans at track speed, nearing the completion of their 276 mile crew run from Clifton Forge to Russell.
One of the two detoured intermodal trains passes through Marmet.
Good timing! It's a happening place in the New River Gorge and not only with tourists taking in the breataking views.. A westbound single stack Q139 wraps itself around the curves of the NRG as ea... (more)
In the last light of the evening, detoured CSX Q139 negotiates the New River Gorge.
On a hazy July night, a detoured CSX Q139 snakes through the NRG from the Hawks Nest State Park overlook.
Westbound CSX Q139 blasts through historic Thurmond on it's way to Russell, Columbus, and ultimately New Baltimore, OH.
Detoured CSX Q139 arrives into Clifton Forge from Richmond. The rerouted intermodal train will temporarily be routed the C&O until tunnel clearances are completed on the B&O in the northern part o... (more)
Q139 climbs the east slope of Sand Patch @ Foley