After departing Clifton Forge for points east....This EB is rolling pass the siding at Haden. Its amazing you can see the whole train in one picture!
These are the helpers on the 72Q coal train. This train is resticted to 15 mph for an EB movement. Getting this train off of the loops effective and safely is of the utmost importance. You can ac... (more)
This work train traverses his way down the loops as he is about ready to pass the Andrews Geyser. You see where he will be down on the right of the picture whenever he gets down to the bottom of t... (more)
Seen from the overlook high above Skaggs Tunnel you can see a breathing taking view of the tracks at the SE of Towers. I suggest only going for this picture in the non-summer months.
This eb coal train is moving along at a good clip as it moves on through the town of Marmet
Its really nice to know after all those years since the fires were dropped out of mainline steam that these old coal docks can actually still be found.
This extra south is moving by the SE of Delano while a NB and a pusher hold the siding.
Miracles do happen. These western visitors were spotted as they entered into Shelby as they were bringing loads of WB coal off of the SV&E Sub.
This NB is the second in a four train parade that was witnessed here on this fall afternoon.
Dynamic brakes come in real handy at this point.
This WB manifest is moving through the siding getting ready to meet an EB loaded coal train.
This mine run is enroute to the loadout at Myra while moving WB in the Esco siding.