She's seen the last of her in-service days and now sits on display at the old freihgt depot in Staunton, Va.
A former Maine Coast Alco RS-11 is up on blocks in Staunton, Va. The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley plans to put this unit back in service... eventually.
One of three cabesse that sit around the old freight depot in Staunton, Va.
East bound Amtrak Cardinal makes a brief stop in Staunton, Va. on a very cold St. Patrick's Day in 2013.
An empty coal train passes by the historic Staunton platform on an early Sunday morning through thick fog.
Amtrak's westbound Cardinal snakes its way into the Staunton station, passing one of the more unique and rare C&O signal designs still active on former territories today. This particular st... (more)
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad recently acquired this RS-11 engine that was a former member of the Louisville, New Albany & Corydon Railroad (LNAC) where is it was not in use for a decade... (more)
The Shenandoah Valley crew returns to Staunton after completing their work for the day.
BB 6 brings C&O 614 past one of the un-C&O looking signals on the line.
C&O 614 is on former C&O rails for the first time since 1985, heading towards Clifton Forge for display at the C&O Heritage Center.
Scott Lindsay, CEO of Steam Operations Corporation, confers with Brian Barton, Road Foreman with the Buckingham Branch Railroad prior to 614's departure to Clifton Forge, VA.
614 eases thru the Staunton Amtrak Station behind Buckingham Branch #6 enroute to Clifton Forge, VA for
display at the new C&O Heritage Center.
Shenandoah Valley power rests at Staunton on a beautiful Christmas Eve. DGVR 40 - built for the C&O in August 1955 - has received a Shenandoah Valley logo and lettering. The second unit, SV 8701, ... (more)
The mainstay of the SVRR, which is operated by WV based DGVR, GP9 No.40 moves a large transformer to a siding just outside of Staunton.