Nice to catch an Ethanol Train on the B&O, especially one with solid UP power next to a CPL.
Continuing the trend of CW60AC leaders along the former Clinchfield, CSXT DIM 5001 heads North.
Reported to be the last unit delivered in C&O Lettering, the CSXT 8643 climbs the Railroad's Alleghany Grade, Westward toward White Sulphur Springs, WV.
The early morning light adds a strange look to the descending eastward as it heads in toward Covington, VA. This train was captured 10 miles to the west:
The Full-Moon of August 27-28 casts its glow across the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers and the town of Harpers Ferry.
An early morning HU from CRB leads to a nice pre-haze shot of renumbered (from 810) 4600 on approach to SHEN. Thanks Bill.
CSXT 4592 makes its first revennue run under its new number, eastward with 300 axles, through Kessler Cut.
Q373 breaks the mid-morning lull as it hauls west across Kessler Bridge.
Yet another previously unseen perspective, showing an Eastward U324 Coal Train running one track across Magnolia Bridge.
Q148 seen from a new perspective running wrong main Eastward along the Famed B&O's Concrete Wall Curve.
A brand new GEVO splits the Magnolia CPL's from a new perspective.
An MT PPLX Unit Train off the former WM Lurgan runs wrong main through Magnolia, WV.
CSXT's K680, a Chicago to Selkirk Unit Ethanol Train is running the B&O through the Magnolia Cut-Off as a result of the WLR Derailment earlier in the week.