After waiting all morning, N&W 611 triumphantly storms up the grade as it curves around the hills surround the Loops at Old Fort.
As darkness falls over the City of Greensboro, the Norfolk & Western J Class 611 returns to the Greensboro Amtrak Station after the first day of the "Roanoker" excursion.
N&W 1218 sits on display at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke, VA
The Queen Of Steam N&W 611 charges south through the countryside south of Gretna, Virginia on a perfect April afternoon.
An attempt at a slightly different angle than others were using during the 2016 "Fired Up" photo charter.
NW 611 getting cleaned and shined up for its excursion run.
NC Transportation Museum's 1959 Edsel poses next to the famous locomotive, nine years her elder during lunch at the 2016 Fired Up photo charter.
NW 611 passes the NS 911 Honoring our First Responders locomotive pulling a short frieght on the museum track.
N&W J class #611 on Excursion Trip from Greensboro, NC to Raonoke, VA, lets off Steam at Danville, VA, on her way back.
Homeward Bound After spending a few weeks in North Carolina, Norfolk & Western J-Class 4-8-4 611 is headed home to Roanoke. Until she gets into the city of her birth, the big Nor... (more)
Pacing the 611 into the sunset on her return trip back from Roanoke, Va to Greensboro, NC. The rapidly setting sun turns the evening smoke a brilliant Orange
It's only fitting that #500 on Railpictures.net is of my first time catching steam running on the mainline. N&W 611 leads NS 957 across the Dan River heading to Roanoke, VA.
The Queen Of Steam N&W 611 puts on quite a show as they steam south passing the 252 Milepost south of Ruffin, NC in the last bit of the golden evening sunlight on their trip back to the NCTM.
The N&W Class J 611 heads north over the Dan River on a beautiful Sunday morning.