A pair of B&O geeps are getting air up on a train of loaded coal hoppers at Century. After they pull the train clear of the switch, the Western Maryland GP-40 at the right will be tacked on as the... (more)
The Virginian comes home! After pushing 175 loaded coal cars to Oakvale, the Virginian heritage unit returns west towards Elmore and passes the beautifully restored Princeton, WVA station and cab... (more)
Another eastbound coal train rolls by the station at Tunnelton, WV with a C&O SD40 and two B&O SD35's for power.
After ascending Clark's Gap with six motors and 100 loads, light engines return west to Elmore, passing the Virginian searchlight signals at Herndon with NS' Virginian Railway heritage SD70ACe bri... (more)
The morning sun lights up the valley at Harpers Ferry as Q138 crosses over the Potomac River on a picture perfect fall morning.
The NS 1067 Reading with the 1071 CNJ trailing lead the Q47 west past the N&W CPL's at Ada.
NS 211 heading south has a northern visitor in the lead on this cold January day
Led by the familiar face of a recently repainted C40-9W, NS westbound empty unit coal train 762 curves through the small town of Matewan, West Virginia on the rails of the former N&W Pocahontas Di... (more)
An almost step back in time... Norfolk Southern's Virginian Railway SD70ACe is framed by the former Virginian electric catenary at Alpoca as a set of motors return light to the Virginian ya... (more)
"213 DIVERGING APPROACH SHEPHERDSTOWN MAIN TO SIDING"
A Westbound kicks up fresh snow at Brooks after just leaving Hinton, West Virginia.
With a train of mostly new bethgons in tow, a pair of C40-9W's lead westbound empty coal train 756 around the classic and familiar face of a N&W CPL located at Sprigg on the Pocahontas District.
An eastbound coal train makes an appearance rolling through the historic community of Thurmond passing under the classic C&O cantilever signal on a muggy July afternoon.
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal No. 50 eases into the capital city of Charleston, W.Va. eastbound on the C&O main. In addition to its standard consist, No. 50 featured two head end GE P42DC's a... (more)