On a brisk winter like evening along the banks of the New River in the community of Prince, a woman passenger studies her novel from the cozy, Art-Deco style passenger station. Serving Amtrak's Ca... (more)
CSX SD50 2496 and another SD50 lead a ballast train off the main at Prince, WV up the Piney Creek Sub towards Beckley
The New River Train makes there way back to Huntington under the classic C&O cantilever.
CSX ES44DC 5452 leads Q130 a Baltimore to Chicago intermal train through Price, WV
Exiting Stretchers Neck Tunnel, the only tunnel on CSX's New River Subdivision, Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal prepares to board passengers at Prince, before continuing east. The tri-weekly Cardinal ... (more)
Passing the C&O Station at Prince, eastbound CSX Q130 operates at track speed, enroute to Quinnimont, Hinton, and points east on the C&O with a high priority container train in tow.
Observing restricted speed, light engines cross over the New River at Prince. On the heels of an empty train from Quinnimont, the two locomotives will soon couple onto the rear end of the empties,... (more)
CSX 7879 flies by the Prince station with a few passengers wating for the evening train.
Q135 with CSXT 154 flies on West by the Prince Amtrak Station on a Fall afternoon.
Riding on the heels of CSX Q135, an empty train for the coalfields idles on the west platform of the Prince Station, waiting for a signal west to 'Apple Orchard'.
As fall colors approach their peak in the New River Gorge, high priority CSX Q135 observes a slow order through Prince, the passing the C&O cantilever at east end.
Amtrak's Chicago destined westbound Cardinal has just paused in the bottom of the New River Gorge at Prince, to allow four passengers to board, and nine to detrain at the Art-Deco style Pri... (more)
Inside the art deco inspired Prince, West Virginia Amtrak station. Here you can see the tile Chessie system logo that is part of the floor.
Hoppers get loaded on a side track in CSX's yard just outside of Prince, West Virginia.
The eastbound absolute at E.E. Prince stands guard, as westbound empties for the Logan coalfields blast through Prince at 11:13pm.