An export coal train en route to the coastal ports of Virginia eases past Milepost 3.6 on CSX's Logan Subdivision in Barboursville. This interlocking is one of the last remaining control points on... (more)
Protecting the interlocking at Henlawson at the western edge of Peach Creek Yard, CSX ES44AC No. 824 brings an empty train from Russell into the yard limits, passing an interlocking still protecte... (more)
In one of the most unlikely locations, a concrete coaling dock towers over the C&O Logan Sub. mainline as empties for Peach Creek ease through West Hamlin on an unusually hot September afternoon.
A series of June thunderstorms wrecked havoc on CSX's southern coalfields of Logan county, leaving signals crushes and much of the mainline impassable until waters receded. Here, before the signal... (more)
Southern West Virginia street running? Sort of... Coupled onto the rear of 100 empties for the nearby Hutchinson Mine, CSX ES44AC No. 988 slices in between the downtown streets of Logan on its 5-m... (more)
Coal loads from the Buffalo branch line, CSXT CW60AC No. 612 splits the unique C&O ABS signals at Rum Jct., westbound on the Logan Subdivision mainline east of Peach Creek. Notice the Chessie Syst... (more)
CSX 223 sits waiting for both a crew and the signal curfew to finish.
The CSX employee in charge watches over the ARS Corp crew making sure things are safety done.
Changing of the Guard.. While CSX and contractor officials remove the remaining pieces to the C&O cantilever signal at 'FD Cabin', a CSX Communications & Signals employee cleans the exterior lens... (more)
In the last light of the evening, loads from Fanco travel over the eastern leg of the Logan Subdivision, east of Peach Creek along the Guyandotte River.
American Electric Power coal loads blur by the ABS signal at CLS 70.6 on the former C&O Logan Subdivision east of Peach Creek.
Idling on the point of a westbound loaded coal train for the B&O, CSX's newest ES44AC, No. 3061 idles on the West End of Peach Creek, waiting for a mainline crew.