Fall colors return to Loup Creek... A pair of run-through CSXT CW44ACs enter the only tunnel on R.J. Corman's former C&O Loup Creek Branch near Mount Hope. The two CSX locomotives are retur... (more)
After taking the first cut of loaded coal hoppers to a siding near Mount Hope, a pair of run-through CSX motors return light to Pax to pick up another loaded of coal on R.J. Corman's Loup Creek Br... (more)
The morning after the winter season's first measurable snowfall, a pair of R.J. Corman EMD SD40-2Ts bring the last cut of loaded coal hoppers out of the loadout at Pax to meet with the rest of the... (more)
R J Corman "Satellite" Office shown here on the Loup Creek Branch...
RJ Corman returns from interchanging with CSX at Thurmond.
RJ Corman heads for the interchange at Thurmond.
R.J. Corman runs a empty coal train up to the loadout at Pax.
Two RJ Corman tunnel motors spend the night parked by the yard office on the Loup Creek line.
Westbound on the Loup Creek Branch, R.J. Corman power makes the commute from Pax to the spur at Harvey after loading a train earlier in the week and assisting it over the grade this morning.
Passing the Mt. Hope Fire/EMS Station, a pair of R.J. Corman tunnel motors run light toward their home base at Harvey. Moments ago, they cut off of the loaded train they assisted out of Pax upgrad... (more)
Passing the Pax Branch Baptist Church, both R.J. Corman tunnel motors have successfully shoved 70 loads over the grade leaving Pax, enroute to Thurmond to interchange with CSX.