BB 6 was originally built as Penn Central GP40 PC 3217 in 1968.
Buckingham Branch engines 7, 5, and 14 sit idle after the first winter snow of the season. #71
Recently acquired NS 5213 sits with BB 9 (GP16) after the first winter snow of the season. #716
The Charlottesville local en route to Staunton.
Two Buckingham Branch Geeps make easy work of three hoppers as it moves along at track speed to drop these hoppers off for interchange with the SVRR in Staunton. Seeing trains run 40-50 mph on joi... (more)
The power for Buckingham Branch's Staunton-Charlottesville local crosses the C&O bridge in Staunton, VA after dropping off two hoppers from Charlottesville and one hopper from Waynesboro off to th... (more)
The Charlottesville based local en route to Staunton.
Buckingham Branch road switchers and caboose at the Staunton locomotive shop.
BB 9 was originally built as Atlantic Coast Line GP7 203 in 1951.
Two Buckingham Branch Geeps and a caboose sit outside of the locomotive shop.
BB 5 and 14 at the Staunton engine house locomotive shop.
BB 223 was originally built as C&O 900251. BB 14 was originally built as SOU 5026A in 1972.
BB 13, 6 and 12.
BB 1 "The Pete Peters" fresh out of the Staunton locomotive shop. The now rebuilt GP16 was originally built as Louisville and Nashville GP7 L&N 404 in 1951.
Two mechanical specialists perform maintenance on BB 13 at the Staunton yard locomotive shop. Buckingham Branch #13 was originally built as Milwaukee Road (MILW) GP40 #2031 in 1967. It was also op... (more)