RailPictures.Net Photo: CSXT 3333 CSX Transportation (CSXT) GE ET44AC at Slab Fork, West Virginia by Billy Hager
 
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CSX Transportation (CSXT) (more..)
GE ET44AC (more..)
Kanawha River Railroad (more..)
Slab Fork, West Virginia, USA (more..)
May 02, 2017
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CSXT 3333 (more..)
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The Ringling Brothers/ Barnum & Bailey Circus Blue Unit, running as a KN38 on the Watco Kanawha River Railroad, passes over the high trestle at Slab Fork, a staple of the old Virginian Railroad trackage. The Blue Unit, destined for Charleston, is on it's last couple of shows before a permanent shut down of the RBBB circus.
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