A mixed bag of locomotives and MOW equipment sits beside the CSX shops in Richmond, Virginia.
Some heritage being shown on the SVRR. Here sits Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad GP9 6512 that has been repainted into its former B&O paint. Prior to the Shenandoah Valley Railroad existin... (more)
Just rusting away. Here sits former Appalachian Power Company fireless 0-4-0.
Just rusting away. Here sits Appalachian Power Company fireless 0-4-0 pared with C&O MOW car #911220.
Quite an assortment sitting at the former TOFC ramp in Wayensboro, Virginia. Here sits SD70 #2514, GE C44-9W #8953 as well as a caboose #555017 that is used in switching local industries.
Here sits Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Alco #367 pared with Shenandoah Valley Railroad Baldwin RS4TC #8701 in the SVRR yard in Staunton, Virginia.
Preparing to leave Staunton. Here Buckingham Branch #13 is preparing to pull out of the SVRR yard with Virginia Central steam locomotives #1238 and #1286.
Making their early morning departure from Staunton to be ultimately interchanged with Norfolk Southern in Waynesboro. Soon these 4-6-2 will arrive in Canada. Buckingham Branch Railroad has taken... (more)
It is a rare site to see a steam locomotive in Staunton. In this case is former Canadian Pacific G5d tenders rest on a flat car, waiting to move out from Staunton. Ultimately, they will head to ... (more)
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)
Looking towards the Clifton Forge yard from the C&O Heritage Center, East bound Cardinal sits at the station while CSX GP38-2 2683 works the yard.
In the SVRR yard in Staunton sits DGVR GP9 #6512
At the Science Museum of Virginia which once was Richmond's Union Station on Broad Street sits C&O Alco #2732
C&O #2732 sits behind the Virginia Science Museum in Richmond.