Having rolled off the end of Pit 20, C&O 3888 is lifted back onto the track as neighbors look on and shop foreman Fred Lawyer (white hat at left) supervises. Fred was a great guy and allowed me on... (more)
Waiting for an air hammer to clear a frozen switch.
In the former L&N yard not long before CSX.
Waiting for Hill 5 to finish loading.
C&O 2765 (NKP 765 in disguise) makes a brief stop in Connersville. The steam and a string of covered hoppers hiding the CSX U-boat that was tagging along.
Dragging north with a clean looking AS616. Joe McDaniels photo from negative in my collection.
Southbound at Butler St., the GCFX 3093 (now classed as an SD40-2), built as GN 323, (an SDP40) and also held the distinction of running as BN 1976, the railroad's Bicentennial unit.
North bound in the morning under the old CPL's at Glendale.
Holding down Pit 20 on a cold November day, here's the real thing.
Former C&O GP9 with quicky WM re-stencil resting at Decoursey Yard. This unit is still cranking out the miles as RVSC 4103.
Col. Phillip Cooper rests in the morning sun at New River.
After the other end of Y101's power derailed as they were leaving North side 1, they refused to enter our yard until the track was fixed. This left the slug set shown here ;
'trapped' for a coupl... (more)
MP15AC built for the SCL waits to go to work at Ivorydale.
Southbound by Waterworks with a pair of SD40-2s.
C&O B30-7 and a U30B at the New River Yard office. Photo taken on RR property with permission.