A single passenger waits for the arrival of the near five hour late Amtrak P050, the eastbound Cardinal bound for Washington D.C. The unique station nestled in the New River valley still resembles... (more)
The late, great Milwaukee Road 261 roars through Prince, WV with a very long New River Train in 1994.
Agent Marvin Plumley checks paperwork for Amtrak's Cardinal at the ticket window in Prince, West Virginia. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway opened the Art Deco station in 1946 to serve nearby ... (more)
Two workers lead Amtrak's westbound Cardinal into the station at Prince, West Virginia, due to signal problems on CSX's New River Subdivision.
The Amtrak Cardnal rolls into the station at Prince WVa.
In the 60s just prior to the arrival of the second generation locomotives. It was possible to see up to 50 GP9s in one day in the New River Valley. This C&O line to Newport News was like a virtual... (more)
Having just completed work at Quinnimont, CSX Q303 eases past the station platform at remote Prince, WV, during a late afternoon deluge.
An eastbound coal train is passing the active Amtrak station at Prince, West Virginia. Amtrak train 50 is about two hours late and will stop here in an hour and a half.
I never seem to have much luck on the C&O, perhaps because it seems like most of the trains run at night.
CSXT 709 runnin' long hood foward rolls across some rough track on the Piney Creek Branch at Prince
CSXT 573 leans to one side as it leads a pair of AC4400's through Prince.
This westbound eases forward after the eastbound Cardinal clears single track at Prince.
A non-coal train passses the art-decco station at Prince.
Amtrak 201 leads the New River special past the Prince, WV Amtrak station.