Time freight 188 crosses the Ohio River and the town of Kenova, as he passes the stopped J17 and continues eastbound towards Williamson.
An empty coal train heads west towards Russell under the NS at Kenova.
Lots of Green! All of the Kanawha River Terminal locomotives sit awaiting an assignment.
A rare sight of a CSX mother and slug combo pulling a unit train of NS High-Top hoppers west under the NS Kenova trestle. The mother unit is CSXT 6476 and the road slug mate is CSXT 2337.
A pair of freshly repainted EMD standard cab locomotives head west with a unit coal train under the NS Kenova bridge. CSXT 8476, an SD40-2 is the trailing engine.
Idling at the west end of the CSX/NS Ceredo Yard, Huntington Locomotive Shops rebuilt SD40-3 idles on the head end of a coal train, displaying CSX's "How tomorrow moves" boxcar logo. The trailing ... (more)
Freshly painted CSX no. 2640 makes his way West with 75 coal hoppers in the NEW YN3B paint scheme. This is not the official name of the paint scheme, but I feel it is an accurate one.
CSXT 326 pulls coal train East under the N&W.
NS 6333 pulls loaded NS 'High Tops' across the bridge that crosses over the CSX Kanawha Sub (C&O).
NS 1026 approaching on the KRT track in Kevova.
Deadheading from Williamson to Columbus, OH after performing a series of employee appreciation specials, NKP 765 crosses the C&O at Kenova, as mainline steam prepares to cross the Ohio River into ... (more)