The morning parade starts with northbound NS train 18T during a gorgeous spring day in the Shenandoah Valley. This location never gets old! #716
NS train 746 passes the restored station in Luray during the "golden hour" in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS train 18T clears the crosses Hawksbill Creek and continues its journey north. You could almost smell the paint on the third engine (NS 4430) even from where I was standing. Social distancing do... (more)
NS train 15T clears the signal at MP 88.5 and approaches the station while passing the Luray Fire Department - Company 1 on a sunny, but a windy afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
Another warm March afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley as NS train 15T comes south over the trestle at the Hawksbill Creek made famous by O. Winston Link. This is my kind of "social distancing... (more)
Spring has begun to arrive in the Shenandoah Valley as NS train 15T comes south. This is my kind of "social distancing!" #716
NS 15T clears the signals at Vaughn on a cold spring afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
A pair of GE ES44AC's lead NS train 202 over the Hawksbill Creek in Luray on a sunny Sunday morning. #716
15T comes south during an extremely windy afternoon. #716
NS train 202 wakes up the small town of Luray, VA on a chilly Sunday morning in the Shenandoah Valley as it passes the restored N&W station (now the Chamber of Commerce). #716
NS train 746 splits the signals at Vaughn during a chilly, but sunny afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS 15T comes south over the small trestle at the Hawksbill Creek in Luray.
NS 18T makes a mid-morning appearance over the bridge made famous by O.Winston Link on a sunny February day. Court Street homes can be seen in the distance including "The Aventine" (far ... (more)
NS train 18T makes its northbound move over the Hawksbill Creek in Luray.