On a warm September night, the westbound 15T rounds the bend on Main 1 and lights the way past the classic Norfolk and Western CPL at "Marion" These signals are weeks away from being replaced.
NS Lite Engine #5137 peeps out of the Floodwall Gates at Downtown Richmond on its way to Yard Office.
With a loaded train of just under 2100 tonnes, the "Sandman" works toward Winchester with a GP9's 709 and 403, as well GP38 2197 between the pair.
A South bound Amtrak led by one of its Heritage Units comes between I-195 at Richmond, VA.
Strange thing about this picture is the lady on the freeway.
A Lite power move by CSX at Acca Yard, Richmond, VA.
NS D9-40CW #9049 leads southbound train 211 at Red Hill.
CSXT 3199 West approaches New Hope Rd.
A N&W SD45 and SD35 rest at Weller Yard in April 1971.
A 3 unit helper set of NS AC44C6M rebuild 4001, in its special blue and gray paint, and 2 new ET44AC's shove the rear of 64M at Falls Mills, passing the N&W CPL Signals.
Twice Blessed.....The rear pushers on the very long westbound autorack, Q261 pass the head end of eastbound manifest Q394 in near perfect autumnal light. The empty autorack was about 10,000 feet ... (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.
Southbound Auto Train at Neabsco Creek with some tropical flare.
A Northeast Regional makes its way north past the marina at Neabsco Creek.
A Northeast Regional makes its way southbound past the marina at Neabsco Creek.
Auto Train is seen shortly after beginning its journey with a sign of what's to come in the foreground.