The FRA's geometry test train certainly classifies as one of the more unique consists of 2017. Here, EJ&E SD38-2 No. 658 leads two FRA test cars through West Virginia's capitol city of Charleston ... (more)
Amid a bitterly cold snow squall, EJ&E SD38-2 No. 658 leads two FRA test cars through Watco's Dickinson Yard southbound on the Kanawha River Railroad.
Circus personnel prepare a cut of wagons for loading during the circus' last revenue rollout in Charleston, W.Va., in May 2017.
Ringling Bros.' Jerry Bentley leads a set of covered wagons onto the circus' fleet of privately owned flat cars during the last loadout in Charleston, W.Va., in May 2017.
With the final performance in the books, Ringling Bros. personnel beginning loading the covered wagons for one last time in Charleston, W.Va., on May 7, 2017. The show was headed from Charleston t... (more)
Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 barrels alongside the seemingly deserted streets of downtown Charleston during the 4th of July holiday weekend. The train, which is running only about 50 ... (more)
Bird watching... Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 eases into view as Charleston Station Agent Matt Crouch waits to load the Chicago-bound train with luggage. Nearly two dozen people will ... (more)
Kanawha River Railroad hauls the equipment flats for the circus last visit into Charleston.
After setting off the coaches in Dickinson, the remainder of the Blue Unit circus train works around in downtown Charleston. After setting off the 5 unit spine car set behind Capital Market, they ... (more)
On incredibly unusual summer-like day, Kanawha River Railroad No. 381 and two matching KNWA SD40-M2s lead a freight through the capital city of Charleston. The train is en route to Columbus, Ohio,... (more)
The first revenue run... Watco's Kanawha River Railroad makes its inaugural run across rails formerly operated by Norfolk Southern on its West Virginia Secondary. Here, WAMX 411, an EMD SD4... (more)
2016 marked the end of an era for the Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey circus and its elephants-by-rail. The elephants were removed from the circus and the company's stock cars were repositione... (more)
Eastbound grain loads gallop through the capital city in downtown Charleston, sporting a pair of brand new GE ET44AC locomotives on the head end.
The Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey load the passenger cars in downtown Charleston.
Eastbound grain loads idle alongside the Kanawha riverfront in West Virginia's capital city of Charleston as empties thunder westbound on main one.