DC power leads tankers under the "evolving" signals at Old Joe. Lot going on here in the background, as a crew from Railroad Controls Limited has erected and is on the new west end signa... (more)
As spring bursts forth along the Pokey, it's not the only new arrival. N&W CPL's are on borrowed time, as seen here near Wharnrcliffe....
Former N&W caboose in dire need of a little paint rolls down the Pokey on a mine run at the curve known as Old Joe.
SD70M grinds up the Pokey by one of the few remaining CPL's left over from the days of the N&W.
Safe from the torch for now. The CPL directs traffic along the Pokey as it has for many decades.
A train breaks the still of the night along the remote badlands of the Pokey as the old N&W CPL's stand guard.
A close up of an old N&W CPL in action as a train changes the signal from green to red.
18M shadows the slide detector fence as it hugs one of the many tight curves along the Pokey.
Hmmmm... Interesting cargo enters the large sweeping curve at Old Joe.
SD70 leads the parade on the Pokey at Old Joe.
Stranger in a strange land. It was unusual to see a UP unit knock down N&W CPL's. The train is having trouble getting back underway on the steep grade after stopping under the classic N&W CPL's.
MTY's wait for the green light to head up the Ben Creek Spur and on to the Mingo Logan Coal Loadout.
A mine run returning to the Auville Yard in Iaeger has just gathered 4 old N&W cabs. These old cabs are still used on most back-up mine runs along the Pokey branches.
An SD60 strains to make the grade as it passes the signals at "Old Joe." The train stalled out soon after this.