The classic Norfolk & Western CPL at "Marion" stands tall and proud as the western sky gives way to a beautiful sunset.
Recrewed at the yard a couple miles east of here, pushers for the Pokey operating as a J60 head west towards Farm to meet their next shove over the grade at Elkhorn. The tall mast CPL in the fore... (more)
Light power passes the bracket CPL for the control point at Flat Top, hidden in the woods nearly a quarter mile from Flat Top Yard. The location of this signal makes access nearly impossible (and... (more)
Westbound intermodal 29G passes the endangered CPL's at Bluefield, VA on their journey up the Pocahontas District. CPL's still dominate control of trains on the Pokey, with their replacements hav... (more)
After waiting on a light power move to pull into the yard, westbound intermodal 29G starts their journey up the Pocahontas District passing the junction of the Clinch Valley District at Bluefield,... (more)
CSX Locos sitting at Brian Park Terminal awaiting their assignment after a Snow Shower at Richmond, VA.
NS 8025 Monongahela heritage locomotive leads train 228 at Concord Avenue.
The inbound 1989 NRHS convention special with the N&W 611 passes a ballast train south of Charlottesville. No. 3988 was built by GE for the Southern Railway in January, 1979.
Norfolk Southern Train 80T exits Little Bull Tunnel with eastbound VAPX coal loads. The CSXT leader is an unusual visitor here, whether loading at Wentz Loadout on the former Interstate Railroad o... (more)
Rolling eastbound on the Christiansburg District, Norfolk Southern train No. 194 makes its way into Narrows, Virginia with a widecab GE leading the way. This train has just gained permission to cr... (more)
The Monongahela Heritage Unit heading for Tidewater Virginia
Chesapeake and Ohio caboose #3260 is spotted with a fresh coat of paint in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
The Randolph Macon College students are making their way back into town, and my buddy (far right) is no different. He and his father (left) grab their shots of the L141 as they have just arrived i... (more)
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 glides across the Roanoke River in Altavista, Virginia, with NS train number 958, deadheading from Spencer to Roanoke.
Norfolk and Western class J number 611 rolls by the CPL signal at Bedford, Virginia, with NS train number 958 on a deadhead move from Spencer to Roanoke.