Wild 'N Wonderful West Virginia... Heavy rains have just pushed to east, allowing an evening sunset and low level fog to greet Chicago-bound passengers on Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 as it ... (more)
With fall colors starting to change, the 2017 New River Train led by three heritage P42DCs and 30 private cars rolls along the New River at Hawks Nest.
The 4th and final day of the 2017 New River Train excursions crosses the New River Bridge at Hawks Nest State Park.
A salute to summer... Amtrak's westbound Cardinal No. 51 spans the New River at Hawks Nest on its way to Chicago from New York City on Labor Day Weekend. The train has nearly complet... (more)
The New River Train passes through the gorge as onlookers from one of the overlooks watch it pass by.
With its rear end still spanning the New River, a high priority westbound CSX Q135 hugs the New River during the gorgeous fall colors of October 2012. The Portsmouth, Va. to North Baltimore, Ohio ... (more)
On a pleasant Autumn day, Amtrak train 50 makes its way up the New River gorge at Hawks Nest, WV.
The 2015 New River Train spans the New River bridge at Hawks Nest on its fourth and final eastbound run of the season. Amtrak's Phase I "bloody nose" heritage P42DC No. 156 has had the h... (more)
A loaded coal train rounds the curve below one of the overlooks at Hawks Nest.
The inaugural running of the 2014 Collis P. Huntington New River Train eases across the New River with Amtrak's commemorative Veterans P42DC No. 42 doing the head end honors... The train would soo... (more)
An early morning eastbound grinds uphill through the fog along the New River passing Hawks Nest, WV.
The eastbound Cardinal approaches Hawks Nest as viewed from the Lovers Leap overlook at 9:18 a.m.
Looking down on a loaded coal train in the New River Gorge from picturesque Hawks Nest State Park.
Empty oil cans slow for the birdge at Hawks Nest.
The Eastbound tri-weekly Cardinal heads across the New River at Hawks Nest. In addition in the usual assortment of cars, a private car has been tacked on the end of this train. The Cardinal will c... (more)