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.
Shenandoah Valley power rests at Staunton on a beautiful Christmas Eve. DGVR 40 - built for the C&O in August 1955 - has received a Shenandoah Valley logo and lettering. The second unit, SV 8701, ... (more)
The mainstay of the SVRR, which is operated by WV based DGVR, GP9 No.40 moves a large transformer to a siding just outside of Staunton.
Buckingham Branch GP40's 5-7 stop to shift Augusta Feeds just east of Staunton, VA..
The railfan at the right is getting married later on this day...but that doesn't prevent getting in a little railfanning in the morning!
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad is the new operator of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. This former Chesapeake & Western (nee-B&O) line connects Staunton to Pleasent Valley near Harrisonbur... (more)
One of Buckingham Branch’s engines sits the weekend out in front of the small maintenance facility at C&O Flats. The small yard and shop in Staunton is the best place for the Buckingham Branch to ... (more)
BB 11(GP10) started life as IC 8266(GP10) and then became MSRC 1076(GP10). It went to Paducah for overhaul and rebuild and became JDNX 80(GP10) (J&M Locomotive Inc.) and ended up as BB 11(GP10).
Arriving in Staunton on a dismal-looking day
Amtrak No. 51 Departs the station at Staunton, VA on a bright, clear Sunday afternoon.
CSXT 451 Leads a wwestbound Empty through the Curve at the Train Station in Staunton, VA.
CSXT 405 Leads a wwestbound Empty through the Curve at the Train Station in Staunton, VA.
A former C&O U30B waits in the siding at Lagrange with former WM GP40-2 No. 6219 for the passing of Amtrak No. 51. 35mm.