RailPictures.Net Photo: NW 611 Norfolk & Western Steam 4-8-4 at Roanoke, Virginia by Chris Campbell
 
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Norfolk & Western (more..)
Steam 4-8-4 (more..)
Shaffer's Crossing (more..)
Roanoke, Virginia, USA (more..)
May 26, 2017
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NW 611 (more..)
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Chris Campbell (more..)
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N&W 611 simmers the night before 6 half-day excursions out of Roanoke on Memorial Day Weekend, 2017
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