Chesapeake & Ohio GP9 No. 5940 dressed up for the Shenandoah Valley crosses over the SVRR's large trestle at Verona with 18 empty cars for the Buckingham Branch interchange at Staunton.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad EMD GP9 No. 5940 heads for the BBRR interchange at Staunton with 18 cars in tow. Here, the train is passing a Dixie Gas & Oil truck, also an SVRR customer, as the train ... (more)
Vintage diesels still pull revenue freight... Shenandoah Valley Railroad's N&W-inspired Alco RS11 No. 367 and C&O-inspired EMD GP9 No. 5940 span the SVRR's largest trestle at Verona as they... (more)
About as fresh as it gets... Shenandoah Valley Railroad EMD GP9 No. 5940 leads revenue freight cars toward the Buckingham Branch interchange at Staunton. The original C&O GP9 has almost bee... (more)
The new kid on the block... Shenandoah Valley Railroad's newest repaint is a Chesapeake & Ohio-inspired blue-and-gold for EMD GP9 No. 5940. The newly painted GP9 will join SVRR's Alco RS11 ... (more)
Shenandoah Valley Railroad RS11 #367 leads a cut of tank cars across the Middle River as it accelerates north away from Verona, Virginia.
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad (SVRR) local returning to Staunton.
Former US Army/Defense Logistic Agency RS4TC 87001 working on the Shenandoah Valley RR near Verona, VA in 1997.
The fall colors start to paint the edge of the trees.
During the month of October, SVRR runs a passenger train through the shenandoah valley
SVRR GP38 2015 and the SVRR Baldwin take Jack Showalter's repainted "Virginia Central" passenger cars to a storage location in Verona, VA. Equipment was removed from the CSX yard in Staunton, VA,... (more)
Shenandoah Valley Railroad operated by Eastern Shore Railroad. Ex-Gauley River Railroad GP16 1822.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad operated by Eastern Shore Railroad. NS 5122 on lease from Norfolk Southern.