CSX rock train W751 arriving at its terminating location of Millville, Wv on the CSX Shenandoah Sub.
D791 sits just out of sight awaiting confirmation from the CSX BB Dispatcher to proceed east through Millville, WV. Meanwhile, the quarry crews had just taken a cut of empties... (more)
Built in March of 1980 as L&N 6602, CSX GP40-2 6464 leads an extra run of the Millville Rock Runner empties into the stone yard. Behind 6464 is CSX slug 2213. It was delivered as C&O GP35 3530 in ... (more)
The Bennings Rock runner power sits quietly as Aggregate Industries Geeps switch stone cars.
Bound for Bladensburg, Maryland, the morning Rock Runner passes Bull Falls on the Shenandoah River.
Q751, the morning Rock Runner sits on the quarry connection track, waiting for a late D791 to pass. Once D791 passes, the Rock Runner crew will double their train and head east to Bladensburg, Mar... (more)
2am and former RF&P 145, sits at Millville, West Virginia, without a train to pull. To the left of 6397 are the streaks left by Q753 shoving their empties into the Stone Yard.
A crew van from Brunswick Terminal waits as the Q751 crew parks there power.
The engineer prepairs for a reverse move to store the stone cars on the "hill".
The conductor counts cars as the Runner of the Rock drops downgrade towards the quarry.
Passengers on this Brunsick Railroad Days train are getting to travel some rare mileage, this train ran to Millville, WV on the freight-only Shenandoah Sub.
Westbound K951 "Rock Runner" approaches Millville Quarry, the largest crushed stone operation in West Virginia.
The "Valley" as it's called by the railroaders winds it's way thru the small town of Millville before heading to Winchester VA.
A pair of former B&O GP9's loads stone at the Aggregate Industries' Millville Quarry. The other unit's number is 33005. Don't ask me how they came up with these. I thought 1, 3 and 8 were much ... (more)
A former ATSF / BNSF GP7u that was painted by the B&O Roundhouse Museum before being delivered to the Millville Quarry