posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 01:51 AM
Did a little bit of impromptu train chasing yesterday with a few friends of mine. Got word, somehow and some way, that the Central of New Jersey
heritage unit was going to lead a coal train down the former Virginian Railway to Mullens, West Virginia. Central of New Jersey 1071, NS 1071 in
actuality, rolls south through Glasgow, West Virginia with one hundred loads of black diamonds. First shot is a screen capture off of my video
Bringing up the markers of the previously stated southbound for Alloy. Four leased Norfolk Southern units gently shove a hundred loads of coal along
the former West Virginia Secondary of the Kanawha River Railroad.
Taking a hundred loads of black diamonds down the former Virginian Railway. The Central of New Jersey heritage rolls through Robson with the crew of
KN37 behind the controls. This train would eventually stall out just a few miles from here and require a restart to get a run up the grade.
Seen passing through almost right at sunset or just after sunset. Another snapshot from the video camera this time shows the pushers shoving hard as
they can on the rear of the train. This time as it soars nearly 150 in the air above Dry Fork Road just outside of Beckley, West Virginia.
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