Amtrak Cardinal train 51 at Charlottesville.
Former WM GP40-2, now CSXT 6214 in Chessie paint, leads a westbound train of mtys across the diamonds in Charlottesville, VA.
NS train 211 heads into the sunset and through Charlottesville.
Washington Chapter, NRHS, Oak Ridge Limited.
westbound train of empties with three Chessie System units passes behind Union Station in Charlottesville, VA
A charter outfit, Uncommon Journeys, runs their train west past through Charlottesville, VA.
A CSX-UP-CR business car train crosses the diamonds in Charlottesville while the Great American Stations Train is on display on the NS side.
"Rail Force One" rolls into Charlottesville on the end of the Eastbound Cardinal.
Chesapeake & Ohio GP7 5843 switches next to Baltimore & Ohio E9A 1457 leading Amtrak #50, "The George Washington," as it stops for passengers at Charlottesville, VA in September 1972.
Baltimore & Ohio E9A 1457 leads Amtrak #50, "The George Washington," as it stops for passengers at Charlottesville, VA in September 1972.
The Buckingham Branch RR Staunton-Charlottesville turn, Z630, waits in the Middle Depot Track for a four-hour late Amtrak #51 to get by before proceeding west.
Eastbound is accelerating leaving Charlottesville station
Alleghany Central (nee CPR) 2-6-4 #1238 doctored with cowcatcher to look "old-timey" prepares to head north to Montpelier, VA, to help the BBC make a movie about Lady Astor.
SR 5041 on the Local Frieght sits next to the platform and canopy in Charlottesville
C&O GP9 6258 goes about its business in the C&O Charlottesville yard as fans in the background await SR (T&P) 610 to be moved onto the turntable.