stupid people almost runover by elephant style csx freight train

wow that was a close call . 2 sd70ac’s and a sd50 try not to hit the tresspassers as they pull toward martinsburg west virginia . i guess the engineer called the cops ,it wasnt long before mbpd and the csx police showed up .this train had westbound coal on it and epic trash pretty cool train

Western Maryland 2008 Diesel Photo Freight

Vintage diesels in Western Maryland livery, including BL2 #82, pull a mixed photo freight (featuring an original Western Maryland coach) on May 16-17, 2008, as part of the annual Cass Railfan Weekend sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad and Logging Historical Association. The diesels are operated by the Durbin & Geenbrier Valley railroad in Belington, and normally run on former Western Maryland trackage in and around Elkins, West Virginia. This year, the two diesels also put in an appearance on Saturday, May 17, at the lost town of Spruce and participated in afternoon runbys along the Upper Shavers line at Twin Bridges and Milepost 83 that afternoon before returning to Elkins.

Norfolk & Western Railroad 1940’s – “Operation Fast Freight” – Historic Freight Trains

In this educational documentary we follow a boxcar eastward on the Norfolk & Western Railroad from Columbus, Ohio to Norfolk, Virginia as a part of 1940’s steam-era freight train No. 86. Track repairs and major shop work are also shown. From en.wikipedia.org The City Point Railroad (established in 1838) was a nine-mile railroad which started just south of Richmond, Virginia, from City Point (now part of the independent City of Hopewell) on the navigable portion of the James River to Petersburg, Virginia. It was acquired by the South Side Railroad in 1854. After the Civil War, it became part of the Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad (A,M&O), a trunk line across Virginia’s southern tier formed by mergers in 1870 by William Mahone, who had been builder of the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad in the 1850s. The A,M&O was the oldest portion of the Norfolk and Western (N&W) when it was formed in 1881, under new owners with a keen interest and financial investments in the coal fields of Western Virginia and West Virginia, a product which came to define and enrich the railroad.