RailPictures.Net Photo: CSXT 8315 CSX Transportation (CSXT) EMD SD40-2 at Alderson, West Virginia by Chase Gunnoe
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» CSX Transportation (CSXT) (more..)
» EMD SD40-2 (more..)
» CSX Alleghany Subdivision  (more..)
» Alderson, West Virginia, USA (more..)
» April 25, 2013
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» CSXT 8315 (more..)
» Unassigned (more..)
» Chase Gunnoe (more..)
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The times how they've changed... With the last rays of sun resting on the Appalachians, an eastbound unit grain train led by CSX SD40-2 No. 8315 struggles to maintain track speed on the beginning of its eastbound climb across Alleghany grade to Clifton Forge, Va., from Hinton, W.Va. The signals are gone, much of the code line has been removed, and SD40-2's don't lead trains on CSX much anymore. A lot has changed, but it's moments like this April 2013 perspective that piqued my interest in rail photography and made me appreciate the unique of West Virginia's rail landscape.
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