Amtrak 156 speeds through the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains on its way towards Lynchburg and eventually, Washington DC. The only P42 wearing the new phase six scheme leads the train.
145 leads Amtrak out of Roanoke on a beautiful morning.
Amtrak train 156 is led by heritage unit 145 as it speeds towards Washington DC on a beautiful spring morning.
Riding behind NW 1218 on its first trip up and over Blue Ridge. The train is approaching the summit on the fill at Webster. Today, the code lines are gone, the trees have grown up, and the 1218 ... (more)
NS 6637 leads a pair of GEs downgrade from Blue Ridge Summit with empty hoppers on an October afternoon. It looked like Norfolk & Western alright, with the distinctive CPLs. They were removed in 2... (more)
Amtrak train 66 has just departed Roanoke, VA and is speeding through the rainy Blue Ridge mountains in Webster, VA. The lead engine is one of the 50th Anniversary units for Amtrak, and it sports... (more)
Amtrak train 156 speeds under the Blue Ridge Parkway on an absolutely beautiful morning.
With a newly painted Amtrak unit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Amtrak, the Northeast Regional has just departed Roanoke and is seen here in Webster, Va.
In some golden morning light, the Northeast Regional rolls east through Webster, Va.
On a beautiful October morning, NS 23G thunders east through Webster, Va on the Blueridge District. On this morning 23G had freight on the head end, which is unusual.
NW 8041 leads an empty hopper train westbound through Webster, VA.
Norfolk & Western #611 storms past photographers and under the CPL's at Webster with a Norfolk Southern sponsored excursion for Lynchburg.
NW 611 and 1218 doubleheading up the Blue Ridge grade after the 1987 National Railway Historical Society convention. (From a Kodachrome 200 slide)
Union Pacific's Chicago and North Western heritage unit, #1995, leads NS train 188 eastbound through Webster, Va.
The Union Pacific heritage unit of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad leads NS 188 eastbound through Webster, Va as it prepares to duck under the Blue Ridge Parkway bridge.