Bayard/C62.0






1900 and 2012 topo maps

Bayard was a train-order office and a diesel serviceing facility. Diesels were served here that worked loads of coal up the branch to the Mount Storm Power Plant. This branch is owned by the plant and is still intact today. CSX serves the plant very rarley. Back at Bayard was a 114 car capacity siding and 147 car sidetrack.


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Looking east and west from the Potomac River bridge at Bayard. (September 9, 2009)

WM Potomac River bridge at Bayard, WV. on September 9, 2009.

WM's Bayard Station photographed in 1917. This station was on the curve between the Potomac River bridge and the current train-order office.

September 9, 2009 at the WM/CSX Bayard train-order/yard office.

A CSX Safety board alongside a former WM train-order at the Bayrd office. (September 9, 2009)

Some WM tool sheds still stand at Bayard on September 9, 2009.

CSX switching empty hoppers and loads of coal at Bayard. (August 1993)

CSX is doing some more switch here at Bayard. In the second photo CSX GP40-2 6432 is an ex Chessie/WM locomotive. This unit was acquired by Chessie as a trade in on the WM F7's.




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