A eastbound train of Bakken crude oil rounds one of the curves and disappears in the fog.
A eastbound grain train looks to have picked the siding switch below the famed New River bridge. Most of the derailment has been cleaned up but these two derailed cars are going to take some work ... (more)
A cab shot of C&O 5828 a EMD GP7 on display at the C&O railway heritage center.
A CSX police officer takes his report of the derailment.
R.J. Corman runs a empty coal train up to the loadout at Pax.
A CSX gevo sits in the westward siding as mother nature puts on one nice light show.
Shown is a wide angle view of the derailment scene this afternoon.
The classic scene at Thurmond that hundreds of thousands of tourists and railfans alike have photographed over the years is no more. Monday morning the power was cut as Cranemasters got ready and ... (more)
A Charleston police officer looks over the derailment that blocks both tracks.
The New River Train passes over the Hawks Nest bridge as it takes the signal named MA Cabin.
The New River Train passes through the gorge as onlookers from one of the overlooks watch it pass by.
R.J. Corman waits under stormy skies to head out on the main and tie the train down in the siding.
NS 1072 passes over the bridge at Point Pleasant.
The last part of the signal at Thurmond is pushed over and crashes to the ground with thud.