With single-digit GE's showing up from Q187 (nee Q025), it was only a matter of time before "The Spirit Of West Virginia" made an appearance.
Beginning their assault over the G&E Subdivision of the former NF&G Railroad at Rainelle, former C&O Jordan Spreader No. 914057 and two GE's, including CSX's Spirit of West Virginia begin clearing... (more)
Spirit of West Virginia missing it's front number boards waits for it's turn to head onto the Coal River Sub.
Resting at the shops, waiting for her regular inspection and maybe and oil change. She was the first in what has become a long, long line of AC44CW's for CSX. And there's no doubt she spent a lot ... (more)
CSX 1 West, also known as CSX train N65014, rolls west along the Buckingham Branch as it passes East Atlee. The train originated at Dominion Virginia Power's Dutch Gap Power Plant and is headed b... (more)
The Spirit of West Virginia westbound through Lee Hall with empties from Newport News.
CSX Spirit of West Virginia leads Q511 across the Falls of the Ohio as it nears Louisville.
Number 1 The Spirit Of West Virgina off Keyser Rd just outside of the Cumberland City Limits on the Mountain Sub
CSX E591 with CSX 1, Spirit of West Virginia idles at the Coal River bridge awaiting the slow clear signal to proceed up the Coal River Subdivision. Notice the missing numberboards.
The CSXT 1 leads very fast freight past the siding at Fairburn in some great looking afternoon light.
The Spirit of West Virginia leads a fast Q617 over HWY 29 as it heads towards Hogansville.
K185 is heading down the Toledo Terminal with ore loads as seen here from the relatively new Oregon Road overpass. To start off the new year, today's train has CSXT #1 on the point and sunshine ab... (more)
"The Spirit of West Virginia" is only a half-mile from cresting the grade at Alleghany. No pushers today, as 85 loads are no match for a pair of GE's on the .56% ruling grade.
"The Spirit of West Virginia" leading an eastbound train through its namesake. Very fitting.