Sleepy Time Down South – Seaboard Coast Line GP9 948 idles alongside the 1885 Suffolk, Virginia station built for the Seaboard & Roanoke railroad, which became part of the Seaboard in 1911. When the Virginian was built in 1907, the building began its 49-year life as a union station, until the Virginian discontinued passenger service. The station stands today, now serving as a museum.
this album chronicles the old railroads of my home region of southeastern virginia. from the 1950s to the 1990. it includes many of the fallen flags, regional shortlines and current railroads that grew and helped the region become one of the most importan
i was born in virginia in 1972. when i think of railroads that shaped the commonwealth. i think of railroads like, SCL, N&W and southern. this is a tribute to those wonderful days gone by and for those who remember it well.