35Q ducking under an iconic SOU signal bridge at Rio. For those who don't know, these signal bridges were constructed from frame sills salvaged from 40ft boxcars. Recycling at its most interesti... (more)
Having made a successful return to Roanoke the night before, N&W 611 is now back in charge of its excursion train as it crosses the James River on SR rails.
N&W 611's first public excursions took place on Labor Day weekend, 1992, consisting of three one-way trips. Saturday's trip was from Roanoke to Norfolk, with a Sunday return, followed by a Monday ... (more)
Resting in Staunton is SVRR Baldwin 8701.
Norfolk Southern's Geometry Train inspecting toward Alexandria.
Amtrak ran an unusual consist south out of Washington DC on this particular morning, consisting of one locomotive and one coach. This train ended up going about a half a mile south of this locatio... (more)
A brand new Norfolk Southern SD70ACe and CP AC440CW leads empty hoppers west in the few remaining snow showers from a nor'easter storm
Early Amtrak passenger train departing Alexandria
The sun has finally come out after a miserable morning, as CSX trash train Q703 rolls south through downtown Ashland, VA.
CSX's most recent acquisition of Maintenance equipment is an Ex. MARC GP40WH-2, painted in CSX's Boxcar Logo, used almost exclusively for the CSX Geometry Train. Today, he ran south from Baltimore... (more)
The NS 1071 CNJ along with the NS 1067 Reading lead the NS 747 north through Martinsville.
On a warm February day CSX 5239 container train snakes thru the valley and across the James River heading towards the port in Newport News, Virginia.
Amtrak Northeast Regional train #67 makes his last station stop before arriving at his final station Newport News, Virginia, on a warm fall evening.
Norfolk & Portsmouth Belt Line SW1200s 103 and 110 were found under the sanding tower at the little road's facility in Norfolk, Virginia, in December 1982.
MOW equipment sits idle near Long Bridge Park.