One engine - one car fits perfectly on the bridge made famous by O. Winston Link.
Father's Day 2018! NS train M5T comes south past the restored station in Luray with the Central of Georgia leading.
The night NS local (K47) hustles over the location made famous by O. Winston Link with just a few cars in tow.
NS train 902 makes its way north after a weekend layover in Shenandoah, VA.
NS train 202 passes the restored train station (now Vistor Center) in Luray during the first significant snow storm.
NS train 202 passes the restored train station (now Vistor Center) in Luray.
NS 15T comes south at this O. Winston Link location with some color in the second position.
NS triple 777 clears the 91.5 signal on beautiful fall evening in Page County Virginia.
NS train 202 eases over the trestle in Luray with the historic South Court St. homes in the distance.
NS 202 makes it's away across the trestle made famous by O. Winston Link on a warm fall afternoon.
The gates come down as NS Triple 7 races north in last rays of sunlight.
NS 202 makes its way northbound over the Hawksbill Creek in Luray.
NS 202 rumbles over the trestle made famous by O. Winston Link with the historic Court St. homes in the background.
It's Labor Day, however that didn't stop NS from heading north to service industries on beautiful summer evening.
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)