South bound Amtrak GE P42DC #122 passes through Ashland, Virginia on a late Sunday afternoon.
Paired with Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad GP9 #40 in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad in Staunton, Virginia is former C&O caboose #3260 and former Virginia Central caboose #903107.
Virginia Central Railroad is making its departure from Staunton. In the early 1990s the Virginia Central Railroad ran excursions from Charlottesville to Clifton Forge, Virginia on CSXT. Due to i... (more)
Buckingham Branch Railroad GP40-3 #12 and #13 are seen in the yard in Staunton, Virginia
Here we have three of the four locomotives that are assigned to the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Pictured are Durbin and Greenbrier Valley GP9s #6512 and #40 along with Alco RS-11 #367.
On the Shenandoah Valley Railroad, only two former passenger stations remain on the line, Pleasant Valley and shown Fort Defiance. This station that once served the Baltimore and Ohio along with ... (more)
With fresh paint out of the Altoona, PA Norfolk Southern EMD SD60E #7024 is seen with NS CW40-9 # 9845 in the yard in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Just a shell of its former glory is how Smith Creek Yard in Clifton Forge, Virginia is now. Not much is left except the C&O Heritage Center. Pictured is various equipment belonging to the C&O Hi... (more)
Durbin and Greenbrier GP9 #6512 is seen with Alco RS-11 #367 in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
CSXT GE AC6000CW #655 leads an empty coal train past the depot in Thurmond, WV.
Making its rounds around the North Carolina Transportation Museum is Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 0-6-0 #126.
Former Duke Power GE 25 Ton diesel is seen on the turntable at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
At the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC, Duke Power GE 25 ton switcher #5951 is seen moving auxiliary water tender for Norfolk and Western J #611 on the turntable.
Passing the Thurmond, WV depot is a mixed freight lead by a single GE C40-8w #7329.
Built in 1945 by Lima Locomotive Works, this 2-8-0 served at Fort Eustis for the Fort Eustis Military Railroad. After it was donated to the Crewe Railroad Museum, it was renamed for Norfolk and W... (more)