An East Bound CSX Oil Train led by BNSF 6909 on the James River Viaduct at Richmond, VA.
On a bitter cold February morning N&W Class J 611 rides the Hurt Connection between the NS ex Virginian mainline to the NS ex Southern mainline on a ferry move from the Virginia Museum of Transpor... (more)
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 storms away from a crew change at the Hurt Connection near Alta Vista, Virginia. The temperature was still in the teens, highlighting the steam exhaust. Bui... (more)
The small village of Goodview, Virginia, was awoken just before sunrise this morning by an impressive display of steam from N&W class J number 611 as it led train 955 along the former Virginian ma... (more)
The 611 stopped briefly in Danville to refill water on its way from Roanoke to Spencer.
Kicking up the fresh powder, NS 15T races by the eastbound CPL at Marion and continues west in the pouring snow.
CSXT 120 leads its train by the signal at Glenita on NS trackage
Veteran N&W era CPLs stand guard under a beautiful starry sky, showing all reds protecting the Pocahontas District with the Clinch Valley District. These old signals are soon to become history, as... (more)
NS 386 works track 1 and 2 in Andover Yard, putting a train together for Bulls Gap. Note the old scale house and track to the left of the train.
An ES40DC sits coupled up to the new D8.5s and the research car behind them as they prepare to test out the new locomotives. Smoke from the D8.5s can be seen rising above them.
A West Bound CSX Coal Empties approaches Beaverdam, VA.
Catching a break in the snow squalls, the Conrail heritage unit leads intermodal 22A across the Middle Fork of the Holston River into Marion, kicking up some loose powder along the way.
CSXT 416 is pushing the T092-02 unit coal train around the curve and into Big Stone Gap out of Strawberry Patch.
The "Palmetto" passing one of the really nice towers RF&P built many years ago and apparently abandoned almost immediately.