Dwarf signal where the Gilbert Branch turns off the Pocahontas main. A Luna moth has an attraction to the red lens for some reason!
An SD60 strains to make the grade as it passes the signals at "Old Joe." The train stalled out soon after this.
An approaching coal train light cuts the thick night fog rising from the Tug River. On nights like these, a train can be heard coming miles away.
This old GP 38AC holds the line as a crane in the consist sets off old ties.
A unit train moves at a whopping 1/3 m.p.h. as it floodloads coal cars aound the curve at Mingo Logans Mountaineer 1 mine.
Another load of WV black diamond leaves the Gilbert Br. and heads for the Pokey.
NS 9200 makes a backward move from Glen Alum Tunnel to the Gilbert Branch at Wharncliffe, preparing to load at Bens Creek. Towering bluffs, rock detector fences, and old style signals are the scen... (more)