An H827 Baylor shifter leads its train of empties through the mostly empty Raleigh Yard. Once used to classify incoming coal from the New River and Winding Gulf coal fields, it is now unused; a r... (more)
On its knees, an eastbound loaded grain digs in for climb with only a mile to go before it reaches Elkhorn Tunnel.
For over 100 years, trains have been rolling along the Left Fork of the Buckhannon River. This line was originally constructed by the Alexander Lumber Co. for the sole purpose of moving logs. In... (more)
CSXT local D773 (Hagerstown - Chambersburg) passes a stored SW1 at Chambersburg Cold Storage.
The H75 crew is busy building their train for the various industries at Forks Township. The train is operating on remaining track that was a part of the interchange yard used by the Lehigh Valley... (more)
CSXT 896 ginegerly brings empties down Newburg grade.
On a dreary Saturday evening, a murder mystery train arrives at the Curmberland Station at 10:00 p.m.
Thanks to Joe Gonzalez for the lighting.
CSXT 7731 leads Q357 through the sweeping curve at Foley, PA.
765 has just departed with the afternoon employee exursion. It would seem the structure in the background was some sort of factory at one time, now converted to a bowling alley.
The morning exursion departs Conway yard headed eastbound. This was one of the few times I saw the sun peek through the clouds during the employee exursions.
The NS employee special blasts through Glenfield, PA. I wonder how much longer these Pennsy CPLs will last?
In a few minutes, 765 and the exursion train will be back in Conway Yard. Near the upper left hand corner of the photo is junction of Norfolk Southern's line to Mingo Jct.
765 rounds the west leg of the Buchannon Branch at Ought One, WV. This line continues on to Weller, VA to a fair number of coal operations.
765 blast through Naugatuck, WV on the afternoon trip. The original plans were to turn the exursion at Naugatuck. At the last minute, they decided to run the trips to Lovely, WV.
The whole NS exursion consist can be seen as it approaches Williamson, WV.