An empty coal train lights up the "short circuit" type CPL at Wharncliffe. The remoteness of the signal has allowed it to stand for now. Most of the other N&W signals around it has been replaced. ... (more)
A hot doublestack train lights the night while the CPL's stand guard.
NS 189 rounds the bend at Old Joe after picking up cars in the War Eagle siding. This shot is calling for B.A. Harrison to return to the Pokey.
NS 18M passes through Wharncliffe and past the east leg of the Glibert Br. wye.
A coal train passes by the CPL's at Old Joe.
That's not fog, it's smoke from a forest fire! I was pleasantly surprised when this CN unit emerged in the smoke.
Just one of the tight curves along the Pokey.
The hills along the Pokey are vivid this fall.
The CPL's at Old Joe still stand proud.
Older EMD and ex-Conrail power lead todays 274 past the signals at Old Joe.
17M passes under the classic cantilever signal still in use along the Pokey.
More black diamond heads for the Pokey off the Gilbert Br. This train will stop at Vulcan and pick up 100 more loads bound for Wheelersburg OH.
More empties head back to the coalfields for a refill. It's neat to watch these 200 car trains keep pace with the freights.
NS 274 gains speed to make a run up the grade at Alnwick.
NS 188 drags its feet to let 17M get ahead.