There's nothing controversial, per say, in this photograph but the subject defines everything this part of the country is going to suffer over. Already in shambles, the towns, villages and commun... (more)
A mixed freight lumbers east out of the seldom seen east portal of Coopers Tunnel on the Pokey. The icicles tell a story of bitterly cold temps and heavy snow over the last few days that had the r... (more)
A pusher set enters Coopers Tunnel, built in 1902 and modifed in 2010 during the Heartland Corridor Project.
A grain train blasts out of Elkhorn Tunnel and crosses the Bluestone River via the Coopers Trestle.
The Illinois Terminal heritage engine leads westbound MTY's across magnificent Coopers Trestle on a bitterly cold December 27th day. The train is en route to Kenova where it will load and then ret... (more)
NS 9774 is seen hauling a flammable train through the town of Coopers, WV over the trestle.
A set of helpers assist an eastbound coal train across the Bluestone Branch at Coopers.
Just shortly after sunrise the faint sound of a horn and flanges squealing permeats throughout the quiet valley as NS 189 crosses Coopers trestle near Bramwell, WV with a wild consist.
The Southern heritage engine shoves train 578 East across Coopers trestle in the late evening light of June 9th, 2012 Photo taken with permission
NS 185 soars across the magnificent Coopers Trestle with four NS locomotives doing the honors.
NS Dash 8 8440 leads a mixed freight across the massive Coopers viaduct and the almost extinct town of Coopers, WV
NS 9479 leads a intermodal stack train across Coopers Viaduct and the mostly abandoned town of Coopers, WV. The track in the foreground is the abandoned former N&W Bluestone branch.
NS 9369 leads a unit autorack train across Coopers Viaduct.
Back In Black, pushers roll through the west portal of Cooper Tunnel enroute to Farm to do it all over again.
A well-powered stack train bursts out of the shadows and onto the huge trestle at Coopers as it heads west. Won't be too long before the trees overtake this signature spot on the Pokey.