Winter view of a former company house in Rowlesburg, West Virginia, with a CSX freight train passing in the background, 1998. The train is the daily eastward mixed freight, symbol Q316, and the locomotives are the helpers on the rear of the train. The helpers are crossing Tray Run Viaduct while descending Cheat River Grade on CSX's Mountain Subdivision, once part of the original Baltimore & Ohio mainline. In the foreground is the railroad's M&K branch, which was an important coal line until the last mine closed in 2000. The viaduct was heavily defended during the Civil War and the railroad suffered severe damage several times by Confederate raiders.