N&W 611 charges out of Goshen with an excursion on a frigid fall morning.
The first Shenandoah Valley Limited excursion of the day departs Goshen on a frigid morning.
Getting underway eastbound from Goshen.
611 gets underway out of the siding at Goshen.
The 611 has just pulled her train onto the main in Goshen, VA and is beginning her afternoon excursion east to Staunton.
Norfolk & Western 611 flies out of Goshen on a sunny October afternoon.
Norfolk & Western 611 leads its passenger excursion down the siding towards Victoria Station on a gorgeous October afternoon.
Norfolk & Western 611 charges out of Goshen on a beautiful October morning.
611 takes the Shenandoah Valley Limited through the valley just outside of the town of Goshen where the passengers boarded.
N&W 611 leads the Shenandoah Valley Limited with the symbol as J61107 on the former Chesapeake & Ohio Railway preparing to cross Little River Road just North of Goshen, VA
1950 or 2023? Norfolk and Western 611 thunders down the jointed rail of the Buckingham Branch in Goshen, VA. The train has just departed Goshen and is taking a train load of tourists to Staunton,... (more)
At 9:30 sharp, 611 shoves back out of Victoria Station in Goshen, Virginia, as it begins day two of its excursions on the Buckingham Branch.
Norfolk and Western J # 611 is seen at the location of Victoria Station near Goshen, Virginia.
The first day of a test runs is done for the 611 and she’s heading back into the siding at Goshen.
The 611 makes her way out onto the Buckingham Branch main in Goshen with some fall colors beginning to show.