Shenandoah Valley Railroad working Dixie Gas & Oil.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad and Buckingham Branch Railroad special VIP train returning to Staunton from Mount Crawford.
DGVR 6512 was originally built as B&O 6512 in 1957. DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley's Alco RS-11 #367 is spotted on a maintenance of way train paired with former Virginia Central caboose #903107 in Verona, Virginia on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad.
Emerging From the Forest The local switcher out of Verona rolls through the woods outside of Staunton on its return journey in the late afternoon, with the GP9, in the newest paint scheme... (more)
I got a tip from a railroad crewmen that the afternoon local was still working out around Verona, I headed that way and ran into it a few miles outside of town. Here it makes its way back toward S... (more)
With a paint scheme straight from the glory days of railroading, SVRR GP9 5940, originally built in 1970 for the C&O, leads the SVRR local back into Staunton. 5940 was recently repainted and renum... (more)
Uncommon flatcar loads are heading west through La Porte Indiana. Photo by Jeff Stupar.
Unusual flatcar loads are west bound at La Porte Indiana. The tenders are lettered Virginia Central. Photo by Jeff Stupar.
On a beautiful winter afternoon, a Shenandoah Valley Railway local returns to Staunton, VA after performing a switching operation in Verona, VA.
Shenandoah Valley 6512 in B&O colors.
Shenandoah Valley 40 pulls a long train of covered hoppers north from Fort Defiance on a bitter cold but clear winter morning. This unit is now repainted in an attractive blue scheme.
Shenandoah Valley's #367 Alco with 9 loaded soy cars, just south of the old depot in Pleasant Valley, is en-route to to interchange with Chesapeake Western. To us locals, you can never get enough ... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio GP9 No. 5940 dressed up for the Shenandoah Valley crosses over the SVRR's large trestle at Verona with 18 empty cars for the Buckingham Branch interchange at Staunton.
All lined up! Three of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad's locomotives pose side-by-side near company headquarters in Staunton. From left to right includes C&O EMD GP9 No. 5940, a N&W-inspired... (more)