One of the three NS Heritage locomotives on display that weekend at the VTM in Roanoke.
A NS Dash 9 leads a westbound under the old N&W signals at Roanoke.
C&O 614's crew is talking about the nights run before leaving. This scene was thanks to Pete Lerro Productions but one that happened many times in the 195-'s
Virginian Railway 135 at Roanoke, VA in February 1957 sporting a thick coat of road grime. This 'motor' is preserved at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke. Bob Drake photo, collectio... (more)
N&W eastbound preparing to depart Roanoke, February 1975 with GP9 #851 leading.
Departing for points east, a manifest throttles up through downtown Roanoke during a torrential summer downpour.
Display equipment moves down from Schaefer's Crossing to VMT, a chance to get 1776 before it goes under the shed.
Four VGN items can reach out & touch eachother, behind the N&W Alco also happens to be a VGN caboose and a VGN steamer. This scene unfolded at the end of the event on July 7 as the locomotives pr... (more)
Lackawanna 1074, Norfolk Southern's twentieth heritage unit, rests in the yard in Roanoke, soon to be placed into revenue service. For more information, visit <... (more)
Chesapeake Western 662 was one of the extremely derelict rust-buckets known as the "lost locomotives of Roanoke". It was moved to the Roanoke Chapter NRHS's 9th Street facility and meticulously re... (more)
NS 42V climbs Starkey Hill in southwest Roanoke with 80 grain loads for NC. Gotta love a smoking GE!
NS "Wabash" Heritage unit #1070 leads the Jersey Central unit up Starkey Hill on the point of a southbound 756 coal train. This is the first revenue run for both units.
NS 1069 pulls past VGN 135 an original Virginian GE EL-C.