Now here's something you don't see everyday in Lynchburg, VA. Three Amtrak trains side by side by side.
Left to right... "NS 957" Lynchburg-Roanoke crew-qualifying train on a Kemper St... (more)
Two-car train in use to qualify train crews between Lynchburg, VA, and Roanoke sits quietly for the weekend at Kemper Street Station. Train is making two round trips each day Mon. - Fri for three ... (more)
Amtrak train in use qualifying train crews between Lynchburg, VA, and Roanoke crosses Campbell Avenue in Lynchburg. Train is making two round trips each day Mon. - Fri for three weeks. This is t... (more)
Even if for only a brief moment, a glimpse of what an earlier period in time looked, sounded, and smelled like transcends generations when great machines of the past come to life.
The engineer on 611 throttles up the westbound "Powhatan Arrow" as it heads back to Roanoke on the first excursion of the weekend.
After crossing over the Opossum Creek Trestle NW 611 is seen rounding the curve near Eastbrook Rd as it leads 958 east.
Operating as NS train 958, the Petersburg-bound "Cavalier" excursion train crosses the curved trestle over Eagle Creek, east of Lynchburg.
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 blasts out of the Park Ave tunnel after departing the passenger station in Lynchburg, VA
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 has just departed the Passenger station in Lynchburg, VA and is putting on quite the show as it is headed back South to Spencer, NC
Southbound 957 has just departed Lynchburg headed back to Spencer, passing Falwell as Springtime is becoming evident.
A slug set and another pair of units for local power sit at the C&O Sandy Hook Yard near the coaling tower as another yard job toils on with an SD50-3 for power.
The slug is a former B&O GP3... (more)
The N&W Class J 611 heads east over the James River Trestle on this cold, rainy day. The engine was being moved for the upcoming weekend excursion at Manassas, Va.
A FRA OCS Train at Sandy Hook Yard, Lynchburg, VA.
A North bound NS Train crossing the James River Bridge at Lynchburg, VA.
As storms start to brew to the south, a brand new ET44AC leads NS 204 across the 1911 build trestle over the James River in Lynchburg.