As the locomotive runs by I realize there is a long train following. N&W gets a lot of work out of their geeps.
A lone GP9 climbs out of the yard and onto the main headed to Ohio. The cabooses splicing the locomotive and train indicates a run-around move.
As big and powerfull as can be on the N&W in 1976.
Southbound freight coming off of the huge Ohio River bridge and trestle ruuning past the remains of the railroad station.
A short ballast train enters West Virginia as it crosses the massive Ohio River Bridge at Kenova.
This shot has a publicity look. An N&W coal train crosses over an N&W coal train on the C&O right of way.
High hood GP40 crossing over a Eastbound C&O freight.
C&O caboose follows new Chessie system hoppers.
A northbound coal train crosses over the C&O mainline at Kenova.
Q317 heading west at Kenova with a nice lashup. Three CSX AC4400CW's, A Slug set, and a 2400 series SD40-2.
It is a nice break to see two older conventional cabs on a merchandise freight instead of the usual widecab.
A work train is pushed/pulled through Union Station by a Z1b 2-6-6-2. Three employees ride a Jordan Model 2-180 flanger with wings. It has pneumaticly operated "wings" on either side that are ext... (more)