WB mtys charge upgrade through Moss Run.
On what was once the C&O Durbin Subdivision ole number 3 marches on back towards Durbin on this first annual photographers weekend.
These autoroacks are rolling WB as they ascend the 0.86% grade towards Garrett.
As a scene that is repeated daily this SB is crossing the bridge into Elkhorn City and onto former Clinchfield rails. You can literally see the grade start to ascend at 1.14% at the end of the bri... (more)
As a common place scene that takes place everyday on the Pittsburgh Line these helpers or some have called (snappers).....is that right?...is assisting this EB on the 1.05% grade to the summit at ... (more)
This lone 70ACe has been chosen to go solo on this mty hopper train. I figured I would try a different kind of perspective when taking this picture. One that I never done much of before.
Even after the merger there are still signs of the Big Blue. But....this was 4 years ago and the engine has been repainted and even its number has been changed since then.
This WB is cresting the grade as he descends down the west slope of Sand Patch.
The fall colors are still present as the 5013 marches SB with loads from mine to market.
Here is the number 800 leading a mine run at Fords Branch. You could smell the fresh coat of paint on it as it rolls by this classic C&O cantilever signal.
Here we have the NB manifest short on time passing by a pusher that is in the siding to the left.
Extra south passing the intermediate signal at MP 9. He is about to enter Hills Mills Tunnel. This vantage point takes a little bit of sweat and effort to go to but the reward is worth it.
This is the Tygart Flyer enroute from Belington on his way to Elkins for todays run to High Falls.
This EB is crossing the truss bridge in Elkhorn City. This bridge was once 2 span but reduced to 1 span a few years back. He is about to crossover onto former Clinchfield rails at this point.
This WB mty train creeps over this massive structure enroute to the yard at Iaeger.