Chesapeake and Ohio GP7 #5828 is seen sitting at the C&O Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, Virginia.
Buckingham Branch 2016 United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots Santa Train is heading to Craigsville, VA after stops in Millboro and Goshen, VA. Bringing up the rear of the train is caboose #223... (more)
Norfolk Southern SD70ACe #1040 is seen with a string of grain hopper cars on the Mongers Building Supply siding in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Built in 1942, this Krupp 283mm rail gun "Leopold" was captured by Allied forces in 1944. For many years it sat at the U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Grounds before it was moved to Fort Le... (more)
Built by the Marion Steam Shovel Company of Marion, Ohio in 1920 this unique item is possibly the oldest remaining 12" gun mount on a rail car. Once used as coastal defenses through the 1920... (more)
Interior view of Norfolk & Western postal car #93 at the Virginia Transportation Museum in Roanoke, Virginia. This car was built in 1937 by the Bethlehem Steel Car Company.
Norfolk Southern Baldwin AS-416 #1616 is seen at the roundhouse at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
Chesapeake and Ohio caboose #3260 is spotted with a fresh coat of paint in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
Norfolk Southern #4000 is seen tied down for the weekend in the Chesapeake Western yard in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
With a former RF&P signal in the background, Buckingham Branch GP16s #5, #3, and #9 are seen in the yard in Doswell, Virginia.
South bound Amtrak GE P42DC #122 passes through Ashland, Virginia on a late Sunday afternoon.
Paired with Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad GP9 #40 in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad in Staunton, Virginia is former C&O caboose #3260 and former Virginia Central caboose #903107.
Virginia Central Railroad is making its departure from Staunton. In the early 1990s the Virginia Central Railroad ran excursions from Charlottesville to Clifton Forge, Virginia on CSXT. Due to i... (more)
Buckingham Branch Railroad GP40-3 #12 and #13 are seen in the yard in Staunton, Virginia
Here we have three of the four locomotives that are assigned to the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Pictured are Durbin and Greenbrier Valley GP9s #6512 and #40 along with Alco RS-11 #367.