North Bound Amtrak 'Auto Train' crossing the James River at Richmond, VA.
Ready for its close-up
After many years of abandonment, neglect and two devastating fires the old Chesapeake Western office & Depot was sold to a local business whom then invested in the building's future. Local firms w... (more)
On an extremely foggy day, NS lite Engine #3428 on its way to Yard Office at Richmond, VA.
On the other side is the C&O James River Viaduct. This Engine will go under it within the next few yard... (more)
A West Bound CSX Ammonia Train on the James River Viaduct clears Richmond, VA, during the last hours of daylight.
View of Bryan Park Terminal after a Snow shower.
N&W 611 breezes through Delaplane past crowds of railfans
Deep in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, a trio of brand new GE ET44AC's lead a train of Duke Power empties out of Natural Tunnel on their way east toward Andover and Carbo, and eventually Shi... (more)
The sun sets at Norfolk Southern's Coal Pier 6 at Lambert's Point in Norfolk, Virginia. Coal Pier 6 is one of the largest, fastest, and most technologically advanced transloading facilities for co... (more)
Amtrak Crescent passes the Manassas wye and entrance onto the B-Line a mile west of Manassas shared VRE and Amtrak station, with 2 Viewliner sleepers, a new baggage car, and the usual coaches and ... (more)
Eastbound freight passes NS yards with all the stored power and more than 200 brand new, unused coal hoppers waiting for their first call to duty, perhaps delayed by the drop in coal business.
Slowing for the curves at Retortown
The NS Corn Syrup local fills the scene at Triple Crossing as the CSX Grainer sits on the James River Viaduct at Richmond, VA.
"The World's Longest Passenger Train" Head's south to Sanford, FL