This little Dogwood tree is full of blooms as Spring is upon us, and the Buckingham Branch saw quite a bit of activity on this particular day. Seen here, an empty cut of 150 hoppers is seen going ... (more)
The N&W J 611 is slowly removed from the VMT while NS officials inspect its progress. The Locomotive is being removed for a trip to the North Carolina Museum of Transportation to be restored for 2... (more)
Westbound excursion positioning move headed to Bristol on a dank day passes one of the oldest stations on the line, now used by a farm equipment dealer.
The old lady puts on a good show as she storms east between Bristol and Radford.
An EMD leader on a cab-signaled line is pretty rare, much less a 4-axle one. But this ballast train needed a leader when it arrived in Richmond, and an Ex. Conrail GP40-2 was the choice. Seen here... (more)
Santa Train 2014
The sun is setting on a gorgeous spring day as a shorter than usual intermodal train is seen heading down the I-195 corridor just south of Richmond, VA. Traffic is fairly light on this Sunday even... (more)
NS 6792 leading train 16T eastbound into Marion Virginia.
On a beautiful winter evening, a rare Canadian National makes an appearance leading train 15T on the Pulaski District in Marion Virginia.
Spring has sprung as the trees are blooming, the grass is growing and temperatures are in the mid 70's as another 150 loads of coal bound for Newport News are seen stretched out across the Viaduct... (more)
Under the glow of the early morning sky, there is quite the variety of power sitting at Bryan Park to include GP15's, a GP15T, SD40's, GP40's SD50's and the one lonely GE locomotive at left.
Bringing up the rear of an extremely long eastbound flying through town on a quiet Sunday evening.
In the SVRR yard in Staunton sits DGVR GP9 #6512
Photographer-Unknown- from the 35 mm original Kodachrome slide.
The 1987 NRHS Convention was a watershed moment for mainline steam in the late 1980's. What has commonly been referred to as &qu... (more)
The NS 1067 Reading leads the NS 747 north through Rocky Mount on a dark and rainy day.