Three colorful Geeps pull their train out of slight sag on the way past the hamlet of Severn while returning to Ahoskie, NC.
The NCVA geeps cross Jackson St. in Rich Square. Interestingly, the electronics box seems to read MP 77.39; odd for a 53 mile line.
Headstones look on as church members depart from a funeral and the NCVA freight rolls past the tiny village of Severn, NC. Running over a derail earlier in the day no doubt soured the crew's day,... (more)
The NCVA local scampers along between Boykins and Severn.
As the sun begins to set, the NCVA road train has just swung onto the former ACL Rocky Mount to Portsmouth line at Kelford.
Running hard on a very late return trip to Ahoskie after picking up a long train from the CSX at Boykins, VA.
The NCVA road train heads south into the late afternoon sun over four hours behind schedule after running over a derail during a switching move earlier in the day.
A now faded but ever-present reminder adorns the flanks of this RailAmerica geep on the NCVA.
A former CN geep, a long ways from home, accelerates across the fields of eastern NC.
A former CN unit makes for an interesting sight leading this colorful lashup of North Carolina-Virginia geeps through the shorn Carolina cornfields along Rte. 35.
On the service track at the NCVA depot in Ahoskie, N.C.