NW 1134 on display at Railroad Museum of Virginia.
Seven of Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line’s fifteen SW1200’s are on the engine house leads at Portsmouth, Virginia.
A pair of NPBL SW1200s working at Portsmouth in March 1975
Full cosmetic restoration is now complete on one of the former "Lost Engines of Roanoke" as #1134 rests at the Railroad Museum of Virginia decked out with a Christmas wreath to celebrate... (more)
Finally, on the fourth try, I got the CWRY running intermodal with home road power. All CSX cars are moved with CSX power, but NS trains V14/V07 power does not go all the way to the APM Terminal,... (more)
Running LHF, CWRY #444 leads the westbound empties from the newly opened APM Terminals in Portsmouth on this beautiful November evening.
After years of being shutdown the Pokey Smokey 2 is making circles again at the Portsmouth City Park. Here, the photographers two daughters wave as Pokey passes by.
NPBL SW1200 101 at Portsmouth, VA || July 1972
Norfolk & Portsmouth Belt Line SW1200s 108 and 102 pull a cut of grain hoppers in Portsmouth, Virginia, in December 1982.
N&W "Baby Trainmaster".
It is a busy Friday in the Port Norfolk Intermodal yard at Pinner's Point. The 660 works the yard while the 8868 sits on the adjacent line with a string of empty cars waiting to be loaded.
It is a busy Friday in the Port Norfolk Intermodal yard. The 8868 sits with a string of empty cars waiting to be loaded while 660 worked the adjacent line.
This section of trackage will soon be abandoned once the Western Freeway Rail Corridor has been built to access the Craney Island Maersk Terminal. For more information visit the Virginia Port Auth... (more)