Tom Proud a volunteer at Locust Heights and Western Railroad poses on the front of the railroads Mason Climax during a recent night session. LH&WRR Climax A #1 is a home built locomotive based off... (more)
Gerald Corder of the Locust Heights and Western Railroad sits at the Saw Mill as the Climax simmers away under the days failing light.
What started as a caboose built as a playhouse transformed ... (more)
It's "1907" and two Locust Heights and Western Railroad employees pause to pose for a photograph outside the sawmill as Climax A #1 stands ready in the background to continue work. Lighting provid... (more)
A pair of Electro-Motive Progress Rail EMD SD70ACe Tier 4 demonstrators hustle CSX Q317 west across the former B&O in downtown Clarksburg, W.Va., under less than optimal weather conditions.
An R.J. Corman employee surveys the derailment scene involving SD70MAC No. 4542 and approximately 8 loaded coal cars along the former B&O Shortline Subdivision near Clarksburg. A mudslide was the ... (more)
After encountering a rock slide two weeks earlier and derailing over a 100 ft. embankment, CSXT SD70MAC No. 4542 rests on a spur track in the former B&O yard of Clarksburg. Severely damaged, the f... (more)
A single SD60 shoves a loaded Benwooder west thru Clarksburg on the former B&O.
Westbound Q317 passes thru Tunnel No. 1 on the old B&O.
A empty Robinson Run train creeps through Clarksburg waiting for a loaded ballast train to finish its work between Clarksburg and Lumberport before being able to head west. One arriving on the sec... (more)
A former Chessie GP40 switches the old B&O yard in Clarksburg.
The Clarksburg Turn arrives from Grafton with a single GP38-2 and a caboose.
I stood on the route 50 bridge for several hours. Then snow fluries moved in and my feet started to freeze. Another great coal job from Grafton showed up with F unit and GP-9. I grabed the shot an... (more)
Neither rain nor snow etc. will keep the hostler from putting sand in these here engines.