Shown is the old B&O Parkersburg Branch with two old rusty CLP's still standing.
Looking down the old B&O mainline in Parkersburg. This stretch of track was once used by hot shot TOFC trains, many priority freights, and even an Amtrak passenger train at one time. Special thank... (more)
The Marietta Local (H731) departs the Parkersburg High Yard on bridge 53 over the Ohio River and Parkersburg. The view is from Ft. Boreman Park.
A empty Relief Ohio AEP train enters the High Yard past the H731 Marietta Local.
Parkersburg is railroad town steeped in History. A yard movement with 2 Geeps are running along the floodwall from the High Yard, to the Low Yard. The winding bridge in the foreground is the Ohi... (more)
A T826 Relief empty train rests in the Parkersburg High Yard. The train today has two new ES44AC's. The empty train will depart soon on the Ohio River Sub. ultimately to Grafton, WV.
A T826 AEPX Relief, OH drag departs the Parkersburg High Yard. The train will soon cross the massive Ohio River Bridge.
Loaded coal takes up a 3-way intersection while the engineer unlocks a switch
Amtrak's Shenandoah, Train #32, arrives into Parkersburg, WV, with Amtrak P30CH #718
CSXT 4262 was originally B&O 6957, built 12/62, b/n 27674, later became Alabama & Gulf Coast 2184. Kodak 200 print, Canon AE-1, Tokina 35-70mm f3.5
Former Illinois Terminal Switcher now working West Virginia Shortline