After returning from Pleasant Valley with one load from NS, the SVRR local goes into the siding in Weyers Cave to run around to the front of its train and continue south to Staunton
With one load from NS, the SVRR makes its way back south through Weyers Cave. It will couple to the rest of its train shortly down the tracks at Augusta Co-Op.
The original Fort Defiance Depot was constructed under ownership of the Valley Railroad and oversight of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad between 1874/85. The building was located eight miles north... (more)
The daily local rolls north at Keezletown Rd. on a nice crisp fall morning on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad operated by the Durbin Greenbrier Valley Railroad with one of SVRR's Two GP9's the 6512... (more)
A consist that you definitely don't see every day, SVRR provides some pretty unique opportunities with their roster of first-gen diesels. The 367 is an ALCO RS-11, originally built for the N&W and... (more)
Good Friday and Storm lit B&O Blue! The Shenandoah Valley Railroad has a well known mix of unique power - my personal favorite is the B&O blue GP9. This power has been down for repairs... (more)
Shenandoah Valley Railroad RS-11 367 passes the Augusta Coop Farm Bureau in Weyers Cave, VA on Monday, November 25, 2019.
The SV local cuts away from their train where they will run around it via the siding at Weyers Cave.
Built in 1958 for Norfolk and Western. Sixty years later switching Houff Corporation agricultural and industrial transloading facility.
Chesapeake Western caboose No. 1 trails a local freight as it makes it way west at Weyers Cave, VA on April 21, 1980.
A westbound Chesapeake Western local freight was passing through Weyers Cave, VA on April 21, 1980. The former CHW station can be seen in the distance near the caboose. The small feed mill was l... (more)
The SV Local is bound for the Norfolk Southern interchange at Pleasant Valley, Va, with a short string of cars as it passes a frozen pond on a cold morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
Shenandoah Valley's Lone GP38 is Headed North to the NS interchange, past this Rural Pond In Weyers Cave, VA
Southbound approaching Weyers Cave, the train of mostly empty grain cars will exchange with CSX in Staunton, VA.