The conductor flags the crossing as the train gets moving again after going into emergency with an airline separation just south of Wyoming. The problem is, his horn didn't work either, so they ha... (more)
Two MOW workers hardly notice the CSX OCS train as it passes behind them and into CUT.
A NS loaded steel coil train waits at MP 253.2 for his turn South.
The engineer watches out for his signal as he approaches a stop indication at Wyoming. The old (and now abandoned) Wyoming yard sits to the right of the engine.
The sun sets behind a warehouse on the West side of the Rochelle diamond.
The 20 plus car New River Train departs St. Albans on time, and passes under a classic C&O signal.
The last of the recently off-boarded Amtrak riders watch as a loaded CSX thunders past.
The Special 'New River train' thunders past the very small, and quiet town of Thurmond West Virginia.
The beautiful Milwaukee Road #261 rests after pulling excursions through the weekend.
A southbound train holds at Glendale for a few northbounds to clear Wyoming.
A westbound Triple Crown heads towards Cincinnati.
A southbound grain streaks past Glendale, while a northbound manifest lights up the old B&O CPLs.
The old B&O CPLs still guide the way for many CSX trains that come through Cincinnati
A NS intermodel streaks by the CPLs at Glendale. The flashing red light is the EOT.