Progress on removing #2 track between RS and Berkeley Run junction continues.
After a crew accidentally shoved a single coal car off the end of the Switching Lead track at Grafton, The Car department is on scene and is using their crane and re-railing equipment to get the s... (more)
Here we see the process of the removal of #2 main. CSX had decided some months ago that it was not needed and the decision was made to remove the track. This section of double track is on the CSX ... (more)
Memorial Day is a special holiday for many Americans. In Grafton, it is taken very seriously with one of the largest parades in the United States in memory and celebration of our Fallen Heros. Her... (more)
Ripped to pieces. This tank car has had better days but is now being scrapped after being involved in a derailment. The tank sitting beside the slain car has a similar fate as it is next in line f... (more)
Pulling 80 empty coal hoppers from Grafton yard, A&O 3806 leads the train on to Carter Roag for loading.
CSX local B711 heads down the Fairmont Subdivision with boxcars for the American Fibers paper plant in Fairmont.
Q317 is approaching the Beech Street crossing passing the Grafton Circle K.
Local job B711 is leaving Grafton yard with a long cut of sand cars for the Fourco sand facility
115 loads of black diamonds roll into Grafton Yard passing over the Tygart River.
Clean up is under way to get these locomotives back on the rails after an early morning derailment.
With the snowfall rate rapidly increasing, mine run B815 makes his way out of Grafton near sunset, bound for loading near Lumberport, WV just 30 miles away. A pair of ES44AH's lead the train 115 c... (more)