SD70Ace rolls into West Virginia via one of the Hatfield Tunnels, used to bypass several miles of unnecessary trackage if the route had followed the mighty Tug river...
NS 44Q rolls out of one of the double Hatfield Tunnels eastbound on Main 1.
I thought this gray scale image had a Richard J. Cook kind of look. Cook wrote a great book on Lima Super Power, of which NKP 765 is a distinguished example. His black and white images of Lima eng... (more)
The morning (eastbound to the wye at Devon and return) NS employee special rolls out of the north Hatfield Tunnel at Sprigg. The train has just passed from West Virginia, through Kentucky (the tun... (more)
NS 9957 emerges through one of the double Hatfield Tunnels and into West Virginia after this short trip through Kentucky, which eliminated following several miles of the mighty Tug River to reach ... (more)
NS 9957 passes through the now unique Hatfield Tunnel Portal which has recently been altered for the Heartland Corridor Project to allow doublestacks to prowl the Pokey. The other Hatfield Tunnel ... (more)
NS 233 exits the newly modified bore of one of the Hatfield Tunnels, crosses the Tug Fork River and back into W.Va. The trains front and rear are in W.Va and the middle is in KY. This is the only ... (more)
NS 9764 pops out of the concrete lined tunnel at Hatfield, while the older adjacent tunnel is now undergoing "renovations" for the Heartland Corridor Project.
NS 7715 crosses into West Virginia, exiting one of the Hatfield Tunnels.
An ES40DC peers from one of the Hatfield Tunnels, named after the same family involved in the Hatfield McCoy feud who lived in this area. The tunnels are actually in Kentucky, the only section of ... (more)
A coal train exits one of the Hatfield Tunnels and crosses the Tug River back into W.Va.
194, after a three hour wait in Williamson due to malfunctioning signal lights, finally bursts through one of the double tunnels at Hatfield.
Shuffling eastward in early morning light, autorack 184 bursts into WV, with the middle section in KY and the rear still in WV.
This well worn Dash 8 exits one of the twin Hatfield tunnels near Matewan and crosses the bridge back into WV after briefly passing thru Pike County KY.
Having just left a little slice of Pike County, KY, fast freight 18M hits WV soil again and the first rays of early morning sun in the Tug Fork Valley.