In August of 1956 famed railroad photographer O. Winston Link captured a scene at this very spot at night using his lighting set up as kids played in Hawksbill Creek as a Norfolk and Western train... (more)
Crude oil empties on the their way west, passing the former N&W station at an O. Winston Link photo location
A northbound Norfolk Southern train crosses Hawksbill Creek as it approaches downtown Luray, Va. Some 60 years earlier, O. Winston Link created a night photo at this same bridge, although he did i... (more)
NS 8100 leads the northbound trip from Shenandoah, VA to Hagerstown, MD during an early morning run through the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
The N&W Color Position Lights, or CPL's still stand tall at this location, with some not so friendly looking clouds looming behind. NS Train 51V, an empty grain train, is seen heading north with a... (more)
37Q climbs the grade into Luray.
V86 returns to Shenandoah with three engines and seven cars with a SD60 on the point.
37Q fights the grade past the 85.7 signal on their way into Luray.
NS 9789 leads the local job V86 north through Luray.
Snow is melting rapidly as NS 8799 leads 37Q through the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 9918 leads 37Q past H85.7 as they pull up the grade into Luray on their way to Shenandoah.
V86 rounds the corner into Luray on a snowy morning in March with NS 9921 in the lead.
NS 1023 leads 38Q past the visitor center in Luray on a snowy Monday.
37Q clear 88.5 with NS7718 in the lead.
NS 9083 leads 37Q southbound into the afternoon sun as they fight the grade out of Luray.