In preparation for a night photo shoot of C&O 614, a local and his tractor assist with the moving of C&O 5828, another museum piece in the Smiths Creek Yard.
Eastbound C&O passenger train George Washington rounding the curve at Quinnimont with a C&O 2-6-6-2 resting to the right. Photo by Bob Drake from the Tom Sink Collection
A nice wave from the engineer
Westbound emerging from the very short Little Rock Tunnel just east of Afton
A rare sighting of a U30C on 491; usual power at this time was three SD40s
An especially long 20 car George Washington needed four E8s instead of the usual three
The March 7, 1981 Family Lines Rail System Safety Express ran round trip from Orlando, Fl to Ybor City (Tampa), a distance of about 90 miles one way. Chesapeake & Ohio 614 was the power for this t... (more)
The rain has paused for just a moment and a hint of blue skies have appeared, making for a dramatic spring background on the recent addition of C&O 614 at the Heritage Center in Clifton Forge.
The last word in C&O Steam, and the first word in C&O road power rest by the built to C&O standard JD cabin at the C&O Heritage Center, located in the former Smith Creek Yard. A 45 second exposur... (more)
The Tidewater section of the eastbound Sportsman makes the station stop at Gordonsville. The station was unique, sitting in the middle of a wye.