Thurmond's Decline.. Maintained by the National Park Service, the historic town of Thurmond that once served as a very influential terminal to the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway and the New River coal... (more)
CSX 534 heads out of armstrong tunnel.
It's a hazy evening in the NRG as eastbound Newport News bound export coal loads rumble through the Gorge in an impressive notch eight.
CSXT 534 battles the near white out conditions as it makes it's journey west along the Coal River Subdivision during the first snowfall of the 2009 winter season.
A clean CSX engine heads up the Coal River with its train.
CSXT 534 leads a string of loads eastbound at Spring Hill bound for Hinton as a fresh blanket of snow greets the oncoming train.
CSXT 534 hustles west during an early December snow storm. Notice the 3" of snow on the rails in the foreground.
CSXT 534 exits the Armstrong Tunnel and is greeted with nearly 3" of snow covering the trees, ROW, and the tunnel portal.