On a beautiful winter afternoon, a Shenandoah Valley Railway local returns to Staunton, VA after performing a switching operation in Verona, VA.
Former Canadian National EMD GP40-2LW No. 9619 sits at the end of a spur track outside of Staunton. The locomotive will be overhauled by Precision Locomotive Services of Staunton, Va., and subsequ... (more)
All lined up! Three of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad's locomotives pose side-by-side near company headquarters in Staunton. From left to right includes C&O EMD GP9 No. 5940, a N&W-inspired... (more)
Some fresh paint is seen on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Formerly known as #40, this GP9 has been repainted and has been renumbered to its former Chesapeake and Ohio number #5940. It is pared... (more)
CSX V756 with NS 9434 and CP 9662 heading west out of Staunton at West LeGrange.
One of the "OG"s of the wide cab revolution, former Canadian National Railway GP40-2LW 9619 recently arrived in Staunton, Virginia. Precision Locomotive Services received delivery of the... (more)
This photo, was taken with permission on BBRR property. Beautifully restored SD40, C&O #7534 sits on the deadline in BBRR's yard. While coupled up to two other BBRR loco's and rolling stock, she a... (more)
Recently restored by CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shop, C&O SD40 number 7534 leads a Buckingham Branch freight in Staunton, VA.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Shenandoah Valley RS-11m. Originally built 1958 for Norfolk & Western. Also saw service on Central Vermont, Maine Coast, and Louisville, New Albany and Co... (more)
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 #367 is seen sporting some fresh paint and lettering in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Alco #367 is spotted with fresh primer in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia. Behind #367 is GP-9 #6512.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad GP9 #6512 is seen sitting on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad Yard in Staunton, Virginia.
Amtrak #51 Cardinal is pulling into the station in Staunton, Virginia.
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad (SVRR) local crosses over Statler Boulevard.
Just one of 5 active SD70MAC's in YN2 paint (at the time), CSX #4561 leads an empty Wheelwright train out the former C&O Mainline, as evident by the still standing, and still good looking signals ... (more)