A Roger Puta photograph
Norfolk Southern COFC/TOFC intermodal train 211 (Jersey City, NJ - Croxton to Atlanta, GA - Inman) passes the Charlottesville, VA Amtrak station on a beautiful Fall afternoon.
The Southern/NS steam program ran trips from Alexandria, Virginia to Charlottesville every year. The southbound route offered a lot of well-lit locations, but the return trip, with its mid afterno... (more)
While on the hunt for a nice Buckingham Branch Train, this 211 had priority over the Diamond at Charlottesville, and he is seen here doing track speed south, about to pass the Charlottesville Amtr... (more)
Once a common practice on the Southern Railway, a Norfolk Southern EMD locomotive leads a work train running long hood forward (LHF).
Two CSX CW44AC locomotives lead a train of empty coal gondolas through Charlottesville.
A Norfolk Southern Juniata conversion rebuild EMD SD60E leads southbound NS train 35Q.
Amtrak Virginia Service Northeast Regional train 147 originated in Springfield, MA and will terminate in Lynchburg, VA.
Viewed from the Wild Wing Cafe upstairs outdoor patio, a westbound CSX train passes through the City of Charlottesville on the Buckingham Branch Railroad. CSXT 4690 is former Electro-Motive SD70M ... (more)
Amtrak Cardinal service train 51 arrives at Charlottesville with F40PH 406 and the exhibit train in the consist.
After dropping off passengers at the Charlottesville station, the southbound Crescent departs for New Orleans.
A new NS SD60E rebuild locomotive leads southbound train 211 past signal bridge parts that are soon to be installed as part of the signal replacement upgrade project.
Trailing unit (NS 7290) is a former UP SD90MAC
Amtrak's Westbound Cardinal highballing Charlottesville as seen from atop the UVA Hospital garage.