Quite an assortment sitting at the former TOFC ramp in Wayensboro, Virginia. Here sits SD70 #2514, GE C44-9W #8953 as well as a caboose #555017 that is used in switching local industries.
A southbound intermodal makes good time on its way to Roanoke via the Valley Line on a beautiful fall afternoon. What would the white pole hanging on the lead engines nose ladder be used for?
Reflecting back on the events of 2011, the transfer from Roanoke to Clifton Forge of Chesapeake & Ohio 614 certainly stands out as a memorable trip. In preparations for what was originally intende... (more)
C&O #614 is gently being moved into position where BB #6 will assume the lead role to shepherd this venerable icon to its permanent home in Clifton Forge, VA. May 2011.
A large crowd has gathered to watch NS hand 614 over to the Buckingham Branch for the final leg of it's journey to Clifton Forge for display at the C&O Heritage Center.
An NS Dash9 switches the Waynesboro yard while an HLCX SD60 leaser waits with a caboose.
The short 95V ducks under the former C&O's Mountain Subdivison, which is now owned by Buckingham Branch. CSX still has trackage rights over the line. Canon EOS 50D
WB local on the Mountain Sub arrives to do the interchange with N&W. The N&W part of the station was gone by this date.
V91 runs south out of Waynesboro as a light engine move.
The NS mobile mechanic is checking out the power on the yard lead at Waynesboro, Virginia.
The local power sit in Waynesboro Yard, while a beat-up stop sign guards traffic on aptly-named North Commerce Avenue.
NB freight with a famous leader. Note the telltale, long obsolete.
NS 15T is southbound at Sampson having just met train 356.
50th Anniversary of O. Winston Link's first N&W photograph