A East bound CSX Coal Train on the C&O Main at Richmond, VA.
Built by the Marion Steam Shovel Company of Marion, Ohio in 1920 this unique item is possibly the oldest remaining 12" gun mount on a rail car. Once used as coastal defenses through the 1920... (more)
After a heavy overnight Snow shower, a North bound Amtrak meets a stopped South bound one at Ashland Station, VA.
NS U40 with loaded coal cars to be set out in Norton Yard is passing through the crossovers at NS control point Top in Norton, VA. After setting out the loaded cars, the U40 crew will head to And... (more)
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad (SVRR) local crosses over Statler Boulevard.
After leading a northboumd less than 24 hours prior thru the area, NS 1069 leads 15T south by Boyce, VA with the rising waning Moon above. 1069 is one of 20 locomotives Norfolk Southern painted in... (more)
NS 4004 waits for its next call to duty in the NS yard at Carbo, VA.
The eastbound hot-shot intermodal pusher comes by the new, covered signals that will replace the distinctive CPLs that have served for over a half century.
A West bound CSX Train coming round the James River Viaduct, approaching Main Street Station at Richmond, VA.
CSX Conductor Freyer has just give a big wave as they have passed by the Cane Creek road crossing on their way to assist a loaded northbound coal train in Pennington Gap.
GP9's 709 and 403, as well GP38 2197 between the pair cross Virginia Highway 50, starting their eastward journey with a loaded sand train.
On a warm September night, the westbound 15T rounds the bend on Main 1 and lights the way past the classic Norfolk and Western CPL at "Marion" These signals are weeks away from being replaced.
NS Lite Engine #5137 peeps out of the Floodwall Gates at Downtown Richmond on its way to Yard Office.