An empty coal drag illuminates the historic N&W CPLs as it returns toward the mines of Pennsylvania through the famous Shenandoah Jct. Thanks Jim Johnston for your hospitality!
In the former N&W's "Land of Plenty"
Heading north after setting off at the Virginia Inland Port; yes, there is a white post about one-quarter mile to the west
Three residents of the northeast on their way to Spencer Streamliners
Here we catch the NS heritage engine on NS 349 running long hood forward, as it crosses the CSX A-Line and the beautifully restored Selma, NC passenger station, which sees 4 Amtrak trains call on ... (more)
Not many times you will see a heritage engine on the head end running long hood forward. But here we catch WB NS 349 with the NS heritage engine 8114 leading, rolling over the hill and dale profil... (more)
Coming out of the morning mist as it nears the West Virginia border
Dull day, bright trailing unit on this ballast train
Crossing the Potomac River from West Virginia to Maryland at dusk
37Q is on the way as the day is almost done
Waiting on a crew to head east, NS 350 greets the early morning sun in the yard at Selma.
Crossing the Jeremys Run trestle
Shortly after the dawn's light made it to this valley
Running through the former N&W's "Land of Plenty"