Northbound CSX freight Q697-13 rolls past the passiing and storage sidings at Boody, VA just north of the town of St. Paul, VA. The tracks here once belonged to the Clinchfield Railroad.
Light snow flurries fill the air as a southbound coal train rolls through the north end of Boody Yard approaching St. Paul, Va.
Seen from the snow-covered former N&W Interchange at Boody near St. Paul, Virginia, southbound coal's leader peeks through the trees as it clears Boody S.E. along the former Clinchfield Railroad.
Three Pevler blue N&W SD45s and a matching blue cupola cab are tied up at Boody, VA, just east of St. Paul. An L&N derailment at Coeburn has the railroad (the Clinch Valley District of the Pocahon... (more)
A former L&N GP38-2 (same number) leads a southbound coal train on the main line at Boody, VA. This is the former Clinchfield Railroad main line, just north of St. Paul, VA.
NS 3565 leads an eastbound coal train into Boody, VA on the Clinch Valley District. May 1, 2013.
The Santa Train approaches St. Paul on its 70th anniversary.
The conductor of a Carbo inter-road crew unlocks a switch so his power can make a pick up of southbound coal tonnage.
An extra north passes a cut of N&W hoppers standing on the other road's main line. The roads cross at grade about a quarter mile behind the lead unit.
Local turn is pushing some set outs back to the St. Paul house track. Trainee crew in the cab and on the ground. No problem with speed blur!
Mother and young child anticipating the 1989 Santa Claus Special at Boody, near St. Paul, VA.