Southern 630 leads the 957 excursion train ferry run across Cotton Mill Trestle, arriving at Lynchburg for the evening. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information, visit www.tvrail.com and <... (more)
Westbound C&O local in Lynchburg, VA in February 1975 behind GP9 #6022.
Engine #184, representing AMTRAK's Phase IV livery pulls past Lynchburg's Kemper Street Station after turning its train around on the Montview Wye to be ready to go back North in the morning to Wa... (more)
The Lynchburg-Balcony Falls local, H744, passes by the Langley Fountain on its way back to home base at Sandy Hook yard.
SD40 rebuild #4015 works CSX's Lynchburg Yard, aka, Sandy Hook.
Roanoke Chapter, NRHS, equipment and Norfolk Southern Exhibit car seen deadheading across Cotton Mill trestle in Lynchburg, VA, en route to Appomattox Railroad Festival.
N&W Eastbound train #4 behind #604 at Lynchburg, VA in Jaunary 1957. Photo by Bob Drake from the Tom Sink Collection
Destroyed in a collision on March 31, 1998, the hulk of NS 8917 sits awaiting the scrapper's torch. What's left of NS 6154 sits in the distance.
Ringling Bros. Red Unit glides across the James River in Lynchburg, VA, as it makes the move from Richmond, VA, to Providence, RI.
CSX coal drifting past my back yard along the Reusens Dam pond on the James River.
Phase I commemorative unit #156 SOLO on Train #20 with ten cars crossing the James River. This trestle, part of Southern Ry.'s Lynchburg cut-off project, opened for traffic on March 1, 1911. Pas... (more)