The 630 eases around the Buck main at Ought One. Notice that there are no diesels in the photo.
A western visitor leads a stack train through the "s" curve at Ought One
Smoke fills the air as Southern 630 leads the Tri-County Mountaineer over the first leg of the wye in Devon, as the second trip of the day hits the halfway point
Southern Railway #630 heads into West Virginia at Devon, ending its westward trek on the afternoon run. The train will turn on the two WYE tracks and the Pokey mainline before heading back east th... (more)
The Tri County Mountaineer steam special makes an appearance in West Virginia to turn on the wye at Ought One. The train actually had to back off the Buchanan Br. and onto the Pokey main for the t... (more)
The steam special exits Devon Tunnel on the Kentucky side of the Tug Fork River and begins to cross the wye into West Virginia.
An older BNSF unit banks into the curve at Ought One with a load of empties bound for Williamson.
Let the parade begin! After being held for the steam special, the parade of traffic began to move past Ought One.
Not every day you see a 110 year old locomotive strutting her stuff. Those two diesels behind her hardly even had to work.
GP38-2 on the point of a CR train rolls up the Pokey at Devon...
AC Power leads a coal drag under the newer signal bridges at Ought One...
Coal moves east on the Pokey to a Progress Energy Plant down south while loaded Top Gons sits in Devon storage tracks waiting to be picked up and taken west towards Williamson.
A coal train banks into the tight curve at Ought One.
A tanker train snakes its way thru the Tug River Valley on a foggy morning.
A couple of old work horses pulls an autorack train around the tight bend at Ought One.