CSX Train#173 passes through Doswell with an unusual lineup of 6 locomotives.
BBRR 5, a GP40 idles in the afternoon sun at Doswell, along CSX's RF&P Subdivision.
RF&P agent Tommy Boyd passes up orders to the CSXT Conductor of the westbound local as it departs Doswell for its trip on the Mountain Subdivision. Doswell was the only on-line agency on the RF&P ... (more)
The C&O's eastbound local arrives at Doswell.
The old GP38-2 engines from Electro-Motive Diesel, Inc. were some of the most reliable and versatile locomotives typically used for switching freight cars around yards, leading trains up secondary... (more)
A pair of GP16's work around the Doswell yard. Engine #6 is pulling in to park for the evening and will resume a full slate of activiites tomorrow.
Celebrating its 60th birthday in November 2010, this former Uceta GP16 was originally built for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. During the late 1970’s, it became one in a series of rebuilt dies... (more)
The Carolinian heads the Buckingham Branch diamond in downtown Doswell on its way north to New York. Canon EOS 50D
The snow has stopped falling for a brief time as the juice train passes through Doswell.
Two Buckingham Branch GP40s stand gaurd with a GP16 in Doswell, Virginia while awaiting their next assignment.
A pair of GP40's (BB#5 and BB#6) take a well deserved break in the Doswell Yard.
CSX Train #Y171 which is an overflow train heads south on the RF&P mainline at Doswell. A trio of General Electric power units - #5439 (ED44DC built 2007), #293 (AC4400CW, built 1997), and #9000 ... (more)
Engine 85 leads the charge as E505 clangs across the diamond in Doswell and continues west towards Clifton Forge and the West Virginia coal mines for another load of export coal.
In March of 2009, a snowstorm dumped a 6-12+ inches on some parts of the mid-atlantic states.
The last scheduled southbound Silver Star escapes before the twin blizzards of 2010 will shutdown the Mid-Atlantic region for a week.