Modern day CSX passing by C&O History.
An employee flags the crossing as the "Presidential Special" arrives in Clifton Forge on a rainy night in the late 1950's. A COHS / Fire and Light / Me Production.
Crossing the river at Sewell. The New River Gorge is known for its beauty, and whitewater rafting.
This C&O cantilever protects the EEDT (East End of Double Track) at Rockland with a pair of double red aspects. Pictured are Second Creek Tunnel, and visible through it is the East portal of Fort... (more)
The Eastbound Cardinal crosses the New River around the sharpest curve on the old C&O at 10 mph.
Running for Daylight
Southbound in a Southeast downpour. A 1/10th second pan.
A Spring morning on the Buckingham Branch.
The Loram crew prepares RG 318 for an overnight stay in Alderson, as Q303 heads West just after sundown.
Amtrak and C&O heritage on the Eastbound Cardinal.
CSX's OCS heads West out of Talcott.
An Eastbound knocks down the clear signal at Alderson. a 240 second exposure @ f4.5, ISO 400
Now arriving Clifton Forge. A COHS / Fire and Light / Me production. (Yes we forgot to line the switch back after moving other rolling stock out of the way)
The headlights of an Eastbound illuminate a Westbound train of CSX white hoppers at Callaghan. A 35 second exposure @ f5.6, ISO 400.
A Westbound train of empty hoppers silhouette the soon to be torn down code lines, and the unmistakeable frame of 'A' cabin. A 30 second exposure @ f6.3, ISO 400