CSX Coal Train T150-08 with a long line of brand new coal cars approaches near Rivanna Junction with a destination of the shipping ports in Newport News, Virginia. November 2011.
Two senior members of the CSX Roster take an evening break while patiently waiting for tomorrow's assignment in Newport News. CSX #8454 - an SD40-2 engine was built in 1966 for the Union Pacific R... (more)
A senior lineup tonight highlights the CSX Bryan Park Maintenance terminal. Originally built in May 1980 as a SD40-2 for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad with roster #8105, this engine was lat... (more)
A trio of power sits in the Buckingham Branch Yard while CSX Train Q702-25 heads north on the old RF&P line with a lashup of five locomotives in the lead. November 2011.
CSX Grain Train G876-10 approaches near 14th street where it crosses over the old Southern Railroad line in the foreground. November 2011.
Amtrak Train #67 makes its last stop in Richmond at Main Street Station before heading to Williamsburg and Newport News. November 2011.
A 16 year old Norfolk Southern General Electric C40-9 engine parks below the Roanoke Star a.n.a. the Mill Mountain Star. This star’s is the world’s largest freestanding illuminated man-made star ... (more)
A trio of engines take a break before the conductor arrives to fire them up for today's run. October 2011.
A trio of engines have just been parked on this late Saturday afternoon. October 2011.
Amtrak Train 89 heads south with Heritage Engine #156 leading the charge. October 2011.
Train #91 rolls south on its way down to Richmond for its next stop. October 2011.
A trio of General Electric power leads Train L033 south through Doswell. October 2011.
A pair of AC4400's lead a long line of empties west along the old C&O line in Doswell, VA. October 2011.
CSX Train Q409-15 rolls south on the main line through Parkton, NC with a trio of locomotives. CSX #5437 (ES44DC, built 2007), #7509 (C40-8, built 1989, old rare Paint Scheme not seen too often an... (more)
CSX Train #409-14 heads south down the A-line and is crossing the James River in Richmond, VA. A group of Kayakers can be seen just the other side of the trestle. July 2011.