UP 2001 at Talcott
One of two specially painted Olympic locomotives lead an Eastbound grain train at Talcott, West Virginia.
Hinton West Virginia
50 at Barnettown
Eastbound Cardinal hugs the Greenbrier River near Alderson, West Virginia.
A Tale of Two Crossings
Westbound manifest crosses the Greenbrier River at Lowell, West Virginia.
Twin Tunnels at Big Bend
A view above the John Henry Historical Park in Talcott, West Virginia.
Westbound autoracks pass by the out of service AEP plant in Glen Lyn, Virginia.
Coal loads pass through Alderson, West Virginia on an early Summer morning.
Babcock State Park near Landisburg, West Virginia.
A Hint of Spring
Trees and shrubs begin to bloom in Alderson, West Virginia.
Crossroads of the B&O
Late evening Westbound at Deshler.
Westbound manifest in Talcott, West Virginia.
A view of the entire town of Talcott.
Eastbound coal approaches the cut at Little Bend Tunnel at Willowwood, West Virginia.
Moss Run Westbound
CSX Train H751 climbs the 1.14 percent grade at Moss Run, Virginia. This location was a favorite location for C&O railway photographers.
Point of Rocks From Above
UAV shot of a CSX manifest passing the former B&O Depot in Point of Rocks, Maryland.
Kanawha River Railroad mty hoppers cross the namesake river at Deepwater, West Virginia.
UP Olympic Unit
CSX G900 Eastbound through downtown Alderson, West Virginia with UP 2001 leading.
Gathright Dam is an earthen and rolled rock dam that is 257 feet tall, and 1310 feet long. Completed on the Jackson River in 1979, the dam forms Lake Moomaw.
Cardinal in Talcott
P051 heads West through Talcott, West Virginia
The Big City of Lowell
Westbound mty grain train crosses the Greenbrier River at Lowell, West Virginia.
Redbird at Big Bend
Amtrak P050 Cardinal heads East at the John Henry Historical Park near Talcott, West Virginia.
A Bridge Over Corn and Soybeans
Q500 crosses the Ohio River and the floodplain farmland at Rahm, Indiana. The Henderson Bridge was built in 1932 for the L&N Railroad and has a total length of 12,123 feet.
Q244 at Rahm
Nearly two miles of autoracks cross the Ohio River and the floodplain farmland at Rahm, Indiana on the 12,123 foot long Henderson Bridge.