In this remote part of the Pokey, the rails depart the path cut out by The Tug Fork River. Glen Alum Tunnel provides a quicker route through the mountains while the river travels around a steep be... (more)
What may be the end of an era. The Alco that served the Litwar "Red Ash" Tipple for many years looks to be parked for good.
The NS "Blue Mule" DC to AC conversion pushes a coal train over the top of Flat Top Mountain via the Elkhorn Tunnel on a beautiful fall day.
The NS "Blue Mule" pushes hard on the rear of a coal train at Farm as it prepares to enter the twin tunnels at Hemphill.
A NS rebuilt SD90MAC to a SD70ACU begins to pull on a coal train at Farm after receiving pushers.
With darkness creeping in, A coal train begins to flood load with "met" coal near Northfork W.Va.
No rest for the wicked........ The Lehigh Valley unit has just completed a push into Bluefield and returns back down the grade to get with another unit for another push job up the Elkhorn grade.
A train is being built in the yard for the trip east to the port.
The Lehigh Valley unit passes the Nickel Plate unit. Both are in pusher service on the Pokey.
NS 762 has a full train and two pushers. They won't be stopping to pick up loads today.
A rebuilt SD60E leads this train across the new concrete trestle at Wharncliffe.
A rare look at Twin Br, No.2 Tunnel along the Pokey.
A beautiful fall scene as a coal train splits the CPL's near Davy.
A beautiful fall scene as a coal train comes off the Dry Fork Branch and onto the Pokey main at Iaeger. A rare sight anymore, especially going WB.
Two heritage units sit among the engines resting near the service area in Bluefield this weekend.