How times have changed on the C&O... Distributed power is now a common practice on mainline manifests, as freshly rebuilt GE AC44CM No. 7003 is positioned mid-consist for Rocky Mount, NC to... (more)
Richmond-Russell manifest CSXT H751 meets eastbound grain loads in downtown Montgomery during a torrential downpour. Unconventionally, a YN2-painted SD40-2 has the honors of leading this day's man... (more)
The Montgomery Fire Department presents a water cannon salute to Amtrak conductor Dennis Gleason who was on his final trip eastbound on the New River Train, pictured here in Montgomery, W.Va., on ... (more)
With a replenished water supply, Nickel Plate 765 storms out of Montgomery, West Virginia.. The fourth coach of 1986 New River Train is rolling past the fire department tanker that provided the fi... (more)
The eastbound 1986 New River Train takes a pause at Montgomery, West Virginia. Nickel Plate 765 simmers while the local fire department fills its tank.
The 2013 New River train heads east by Montgomery.
Q135 passes through the town of Montgomery on it's way west.
Westbound through Montgomery, site of West Virginia Tech University, Richmond-Russell manifest freight CSX Q303 is operating track speed on an absolutely gorgeous day in Appalachia.
The westbound intermodal heads through Montgomery.
The eastbound Cardinal passes under the soon to be gone C&O signals.
CSXT 9998 leads a CSX OCS west through Montgomery in the final light of the evening.
Amtrak 176 leading the New River leaf train making it's station stop at Montgomery, WV
CSXT 471 hustles an eastbound coal drag by the infamous town of Montgomery. The head end has just crossed over from the Kanawha Subdivision to the New River Subdivision, hence the classic C&O cant... (more)
My friends Jeremy and Matt, fellow college class mates, watch a late PO51 arrive at the Montgomery station. In the upper right hand corner of the photo you can see our dormitory, Ratliff Hall.