CSXT 1, The Spirit of West Virginia, leads 9015, southbound on the Toledo Branch, at St. Rt. 795, heading for Columbus, on a hot and humid sunny morning.
CSXT 1 leads a SB train over the Ohio River fllood plain.
CSXT 1 has MTY's from Ashtabula Harbor in tow for Russell, KY. Within a few days the cars will be loaded with black diamonds and headed back to Lake Erie.
CSXT No. 1 leans through the curves at Shenandoah Junction with a westbound empty hopper train in tow.
CSX 1 The "Spirit of West Virginia" makes an early morning pass by Brunswick. This train stopped at Brunswick to get a set of helpers for a push on the Old Main Line to its destination in Baltimor... (more)
The "Spirit of West Virginia" puts Andrew Carnegie's first major steel mill into perspective. The Edgar Thomson Works was opened in 1875 and was named after the President of the Pennsylvania Railr... (more)
CSXT 1 CW44AC spirit of West Virginia
The pride of the fleet, "The Spirit of West Virginia", CSXT 1 gleams in the morning sun as it awaits it's next assignment into the WV coalfields.
The Spirit of West Virginia leads K185 north at Swanders
Numero uno on the CSX roster leads trailers west.
Spirit of West Virgina/Class Unit
CSX #1 leads a northbound train of empty coal cars over the Bi-Centennial Mall in Nashville
CSXT #1, the Spirit of West Virginia, takes a train of empties westbound through Charlottesville, VA.
The "Cat Eye", "One Spot" or Spirit of West Virginia.
The One Spot flies over Buffalo Creek just east of Shelby, NC on the Charlotte Sub in charge of an empty hopper train from Duke Power's Marshall Steam Station.