Eastbound Norfolk Southern OCS is seen rounding the curve at Eastbrook on its way to Norfolk , Va.
N&W Class A No. 1218 on the wye at Lynchburg on the first of its two trips out of Roanoke that day. Later in the afternoon, it would head west to Walton. The tool car is ex-CN, and had not yet b... (more)
Nine years after the FRA-mandated deadline for cars built before 1966 to have their roofwalks removed, there were still non-compliant cars in service. Here a Chesapeake & Ohio 40-foot boxcar, stil... (more)
A delivery of EMD export locomotives pass around the Eastbrook Curve on their journey to Norfolk before heading overseas.
All is quiet at Sandy Hook Yard. The switching is done for the day and 2644 sits idol. Keeping watch over the former C&O yard is the steam era coaling tower with much of it's hardware still intact... (more)
The 1218 on the point of a southbound NRHS Special, nearing Lynchburg and crossing the James River on the massive old Southern Railway bridge
With the sun starting to sink in the sky behind the clouds on a cool first day of April, 212 rolls across the James River Trestle in Lynchburg as they make their way to Hagerstown for their next c... (more)
CSXT 2050 sits in front of the coaling tower in Lynchburg yard.
Amtrak Regional 156 crosses the James River after leaving Lynchburg, VA on the morning of Sunday, November 24, 2019 with P42DC 130 (Phase II) in the lead. The side view shows the persepctive of t... (more)
Norfolk Southern's triple 7 heads north across the James River just minutes before the northbound Northeast Regional.
Northbound intermodal train crossing the mighty James, with the Illinois Terminal Heritage on the point!
As severe storms start to roll in from the mountains, a few rays of sun peak through the clouds over the James River as 212 makes their way north with the New York Central and Penn Central heritag... (more)
It's a long way down, as the 1218 starts accelerating its train on the return trip to Alexandria.
The 1218 is getting ready to go back to Roanoke from Lynchburg, on its second public excursion. Later in the day, it will run from Roanoke to Walton and return.