Buckingham Locomotives 3, 8, and 9 wait patiently for the snow storm to pass.
Buckingham Branch 9 waits it out for the next assignment on a beautiful afternoon.
The engineer is maneuvering Engine #12 in the Doswell Yard to end a full day of activities.
Note that this joins heavier (left) and lighter (right) rails as the siding enters the main, on this former C&O trackage
There is much activity around the yard this afternoon as BB #8 jockeys freight cars.
A westbound local passes a Charlottesville police officer talking to two men who were trespassing on the tracks.
There is lots of movement around the Buckingham Branch yard in Doswell.
Buckingham Branch Locomotive #8 is bringing back a load of empty box cars from the Beer plant down in Richmond.
A rainbow appears on the horizon after a rainstorm just passed over the area.
Buckingham Locomotive #3 coupled with BB Caboose 223 is on display for Doswell Garden Day. Visitors can climb inside the caboose or locomotive for a birds eye view back into a past era.
After doing a little research I have found this unit has a rather interesting heritage. BB 10 started life as a C&O GP9, wound up on the ICG/IC (obvious by appearance) where it was rebuilt as a GP... (more)
Buckingham Branch Locomotives #3 & #11 adorned with icicles wait unconditionally in all the bad weather for their next assignment.
Buckingham Locomotives 8, 9, and 10 are lined up waiting for their next assignment.
BBRR has added a new unit to the roster. It is BBRR 12, an ex-KCS GP-40. On the cab it is stenciled with "B&B".
Buckingham Branch GP40's 5-7 stop to shift Augusta Feeds just east of Staunton, VA..