Former Canadian Pacific G5d Tender that was used on the Virginia Central Railroad being lifted up for loading to be shipped to a new owner.
Former Canadian Pacific G5d that was used on the Virginia Central Railroad being lifted up for loading to be shipped to a new owner.
It is a rare site to see a steam locomotive in Staunton. In this case is former Canadian Pacific G5d that was run by the Virginia Central Railroad. In the early 1990s, Virginia Central Railroad ... (more)
In the SVRR yard in Staunton sits DGVR GP9 #6512
If only this EMD switcher could talk. The history it's seen and the freight it's moved. Now being stored and sitting silent at the Buckingham Branch shops. Photo taken with permission and with ... (more)
Resting in Staunton is SVRR Baldwin 8701.
This one is always in a different state of repair when I pass thru town.
Westbound empties are down to 20mph as they hug the unique passenger platform in downtown Staunton.
Amtrak's westbound Cardinal snakes its way into the Staunton station, passing one of the more unique and rare C&O signal designs still active on former territories today. This particular st... (more)
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad recently acquired this RS-11 engine that was a former member of the Louisville, New Albany & Corydon Railroad (LNAC) where is it was not in use for a decade... (more)
The Shenandoah Valley crew returns to Staunton after completing their work for the day.
BB 6 brings C&O 614 past one of the un-C&O looking signals on the line.
C&O 614 is on former C&O rails for the first time since 1985, heading towards Clifton Forge for display at the C&O Heritage Center.