BB 12 returns from the NS interchange via the middle depot track. The diamond crossing with Norfolk Southern Washington District main line is to the right.
Buckingham Branch Railroad GP40-3 #12 and #13 are seen in the yard in Staunton, Virginia
Chambéry roundhouse access track: inside view
A Maurienne lashup made of a set of two permanently coupled BB 1-80 (called "Unité Maurienne") with a CC 6500 Maurienne is readi... (more)
The Maurienne Units ("Unités Maurienne") were sets of 2 permanently-coupled and modified ageing BB 1-80 of PO origin. They were used on freight trains on the Maurienne line where grades ... (more)
600mm view of BB 12 clearing the line after a major snowfall. The code line charm of this former C&O line will soon be gone, as new signals take hold.
The Buckingham Branch RR worked on opening their line up after heavy snow shutdown operations for nearly 3 days. BB 12 along with 7 empty soy hoppers traveled from Staunton to Clifton Forge, Va c... (more)
The only unpainted locomotive on the Buckingham Branch rests along with BB 13 in Goshen. a 78 second exposure @ f4.5, ISO. Lighting provided by multiple flashes from a Canon 580EXII flash.
The engineer is maneuvering Engine #12 in the Doswell Yard to end a full day of activities.