N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 crossing the Dan river in Danville, VA on it's way back to Spencer.
Southbound 957, the return leg of the Spencer-Lynchburg trips run by NCTM, pauses briefly in Danville to swap out EMS personnel.
After a quick stop, 611 is underway northbound through Dundee yard out of Danville.
The dual Southern Railway signal bridges that protected the crossover in Danville, VA called as “Bentley" were taken down, after some 75 years of service on the railroad, on January 28th, 2017. On... (more)
The Virginian hauling a load of coal ash from a Duke energy steam plant in Eden North Carolina, is probably making one of the last runs on this branch before it becomes history.
In the morning hours in Danville, Virginia, the early morning people bustle to and fro throughout the city as 214 blows through town with a duo of foreign units, being a BNSF and CSX, lead a sole ... (more)
N&W 611 passes the classic Southern Railway signals at milepost 239.8 in Danville, VA on its way to the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer for its annual inspection.
In an absolute down pour, N&W 611 eases into Danville on its way home to the Virginia Museum of Transportation. Sometime in September, 611 will again return to the North Carolina Museum of Transpo... (more)
N&W J class #611 on Excursion Trip from Greensboro, NC to Raonoke, VA, arrives Danville, VA on her way back.
The NS 1070 Wabash leads the 12R north over the Dan River.
The J in Danville, VA, for EMS Stop on her way back to Spencer, NC, from Lynchburg, VA.
Norfolk & Western 4-8-4 611 rolls north out of Danville, Virginia with the second of two Greensboro, North Carolina to Roanoke, Virginia excursions. Although the destination was Roanoke, these exc... (more)
N&W J class #611 on Excursion Trip from Greensboro, NC to Raonoke, VA, lets off Steam at Danville, VA, on her way back.
Homeward Bound After spending a few weeks in North Carolina, Norfolk & Western J-Class 4-8-4 611 is headed home to Roanoke. Until she gets into the city of her birth, the big Nor... (more)