A fresh looking Baldwin switcher basks in the sun at Dillwyn, Virginia.
The last trip of this year's Autumn Leaf Rambler prepares to leave the small town of Dillwyn from the wonderfully restored passenger station. A special thanks to the Buckingham Branch Railroad and... (more)
The last trip of this year's Autumn Leaf Rambler prepares to leave the small town of Dillwyn on its 16 mile journey to the James River. A Toyota with an appropriately named vanity license plate is... (more)
Buckingham Branch locomotive 101 in its Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac paint scheme takes a Sunday rest in the company yard in Dillwyn, Virginia. Lots of interesting equipment sits in this s... (more)
Buckingham Branch GP7 # 1 passes Alpha on the run from Dillwyn down to the ex-C&O James River line junction with eight wood chip cars bound for a large paper mill in Covington VA. Each of the wood... (more)
Buckingham Branch 2 awaiting its next work at Dillwyn, VA in May 1999.
Although restored in the old RF&P paint scheme, engine #101 was originally built in November 1950 and still operates today for the Buckingham Branch Railroad as engine BB #101 located in the small... (more)
ex-CSX/SBD. Renumbered to BBRR 3.
ex-L&N/SBD 8851. Renumbered to BBRR 1.
RF&P 101 and BB 1 rest thru the night at the Buckingham Branch's home town of Dillwyn.
BBRR 2, RF&P 101 and a BBRR caboose seen together in Dillwyn, VA, headquarters for the Buckingham Branch Railroad.
Eastbound BBRR freight, east of Dillwyn, VA with GP7 No. 8851 on October 28, 1991.
Hoping to catch the BB in action in the original 18 mile line from Dillwyn to Bremo Bluff, we arrived only to find two immaculate Geeps parked with the next day's train but no work to do. BB 1 is ... (more)
Recently painted Engine and Caboose.
Old Dominion Chapter, NRHS, James River Rambler with RF&P GP7 101 at Dillwyn VA