Four 18Es with a load of empties leaving Dryden station
Four 18Es with a load of empties heading to Argent from Dryden
Derricks from both the line's owner, L&N, and the Southern derrick from Andover, VA are working to clear up a nasty coal train derailment in 1975. The boom of the derrick shown is the Southern's. ... (more)
Three GE C30-7s are northbound back to Kentucky with empty coal hoppers.
Just out of Waycross shops after a rebuild, Seaboard System Fs 116 and 118 (ex-Clinchfield 800 and 200) handle a northbound office car special at Dryden, VA. The caboose behind the power is for th... (more)
On a March morning in 1975, somewhere between 3 and 4 AM, L&N Extra 1509 South was rolling through Dryden, VA behind three GE U25Cs. Ten cars behind the rear unit, a rail broke beneath one of the ... (more)
Southern's Andover, VA-based derrick is working an L&N derailment at Dryden, VA. The 150-ton capacity machine was formerly steam-powered Interstate W-50. Southern had it upgraded and dieselized in... (more)
E1370 and second unit in old SAR livery with a load of bulk containers passing Dryden
CSX ballast extra, working around Dryden, Virginia in advance of a timber and surfacing gang.
Extra North eases over freshly surfaced track at Dryden with 100 mtys for Loyall, Kentucky.