A Norfolk and Western American 5030-DE diesel electric locomotive crane sits on the spur track east of Norfolk Southern Crewe Yard.
Norfolk Southern Virginia Division general manifest train V18 departs Crewe Yard eastbound destined for Norfolk, VA.
A Norfolk Southern EMD GP40-2 and RP-E4D remote control equipped mother-slug set idle at Crewe Yard. Both locomotives are of Norfolk & Western heritage. NS 3097 was rebuilt from NW GP38 2874 while... (more)
Photographer- Dave Augsburger- from the 35 mm original Kodachrome slide. A late Spring day finds the 'Mercedes of Steam'; N&W 'A' Class 1218 less than a month into her excursion career, shown here... (more)
No strangers in the night-
NS 819 patiently awaiting it’s turn into Crewe yard with a clean CofG unit on the point. After completing switching in Crewe, 23G proceeds eastbound with the Interstate... (more)
Available information offers conflicting views about the original railroad that owned this engine but purportedly it was built in August 1952 as an EMD GP7 unit for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa ... (more)
Scuttling back to the yard, this weed sprayer train probably is out of track time and eager to clear up. It was good to see a GP35 with a fresh repaint running in classic style. Until the advent... (more)
NS 820 with the Central of Georgia Heritage Unit 8101 leading, has just taken the signal at Oakes on the east end of Crewe Yard, and is starting the final leg of the journey from Bluefield WV to N... (more)
N&W 1121 at Crewe, VA || Feb. 1973
In days gone by, there were many items on the railroads that gave them personality, things that I unfortunately often overlooked. Thankfully, I didn't overlook this safety sign on the N&W shop at... (more)
A well powered eastbound NS unit coal was getting underway at Crewe, VA on Sept. 26, 1991, led by C36-7 No. 8516.
The bridge over the east end of the N&W yard at Crewe, Va was an interesting place to watch trains. Back in 1977, it still had a lot of "personality" about it. Switch tenders were still employed... (more)
N&W 611 and train on its first public excursion stretched out for the fans at Crewe, VA.
Some interesting equipment watches the parade of coal train along the old N&W at crew.
With its gold stencil and medallion fading, SD45 No. 1810 still wears the blue paint from the period of the N&W and Wabash merger.