A string of locomotives sit in storage in CSX's 16th Street Yard in Huntington. The majority of locomotives pictured here include Road Slugs/GP40-2s, GP38-2s, yard slugs, and EMD SD50s.
Huntington, W.Va., is a great place for a variety of older diesels. Here, a yard transfer rolls through the 16th Street Yard led by EMD GP15-1 No. 1546. Behind the local is a string of stored powe... (more)
Most of the Appalachian & Ohio's motive power consists of leased GMTX GPs, as evident in this July 2017 view of the inbound mixed freight passing an additional set of light GMTX units waiting for ... (more)
A former Penn Central GP38 leads the Appalachian & Ohio's local freight into CSX's Grafton yard in July 2017. B&O's iconic D Tower was torn down in late 2017.
Rebuilt EMD GP40-3 No. 6503 switches Heiner's Bakery in the heart of downtown Huntington's industrial scene. The rebuilt GP40-3 is a product of CSX's local Huntington Locomotive Shops, as well.
Built for the Belt Railway of Chicago, GMTX EMD GP38-2 No. 2109 idles in rural south central West Virginia on the old Winifrede Railroad. The locomotive is used to shuffle coal empties and loads b... (more)
CSX run-through power leads an NS ethanol train through Crum, W.Va., during a late summer downpour.
One of NS' hottest trains on the Kenova District experienced a brief delay in mid-September after a vehicle stalled on a rural grade crossing on the railroad's ex-Norfolk & Western mainline near W... (more)
Amtrak's City of New Orleans train No. 59 charges through Betonia, Miss., on its way to New Orleans from Chicago.
Delta Southern EMD GP9s nos. 1585 and 1597 bask in the early spring sun at Tallulah, La.
Florida East Coast EMD GP40-2 No. 432 leads a small mixed freight south along the FEC main at St. Augustine.
Milder temperatures in February brought West Virginia an early, albeit temporary, spring season. Here, Kanawha River Railroad's southbound 380 passes through Dunbar, W.Va., on its way to Dickinson... (more)
Operating with hand signals, Kanawha River Railroad EMD GP35 No. 3901 switches on the south end of Dickinson Yard during the first onset of spring.
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.