Shenandoah Valley 40 pulls a long train of covered hoppers north from Fort Defiance on a bitter cold but clear winter morning. This unit is now repainted in an attractive blue scheme.
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad (SVRR) local crosses over Statler Boulevard.
After making the 20 mile journey north, the Shenandoah Valley Railroad local is seen stopped just shy of the NS interchange point. As you can see, the SVRR is situated in the heart of the Shenando... (more)
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad (SVRR) local returning to Staunton.
The Shenandoah Valley crew returns to Staunton after completing their work for the day.
Shenandoah Valley power rests at Staunton on a beautiful Christmas Eve. DGVR 40 - built for the C&O in August 1955 - has received a Shenandoah Valley logo and lettering. The second unit, SV 8701, ... (more)
The mainstay of the SVRR, which is operated by WV based DGVR, GP9 No.40 moves a large transformer to a siding just outside of Staunton.
A northbound SV Local passes through pasture land turning green once again with the coming of spring.
The SV Local is bound for the Norfolk Southern interchange at Pleasant Valley, Va, with a short string of cars as it passes a frozen pond on a cold morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad is the new operator of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. This former Chesapeake & Western (nee-B&O) line connects Staunton to Pleasent Valley near Harrisonbur... (more)
The fall colors start to paint the edge of the trees.
During the month of October, SVRR runs a passenger train through the shenandoah valley.
During the month of October, SVRR runs a passenger train through the shenandoah valley