121 leads a mix of Conrail and CSX units through Woodbridge.
The RF&P had three yard slugs that were built from Alco switchers. Instead of a number, the slugs were assigned the first three letters of the alphabet. "C" is shown here next to Pot Yard's engi... (more)
Conrail power frequently ran through on RF&P freights, with the addition of a cab signal equipped RF&P unit at Potomac Yard.
Even when it meant running long hood forward, RF&P's even numbered engines pointed north, while units with odd numbers faced south. This practice lasted for a short while after the RF&P was acqui... (more)
The Orange Blossom was a popular train with railfans as it usually ran with RF&P power all the way to Kearny, NJ and back.
Actual location should be Potomac Yard in Alexandria, VA
Taken in the late 80's or very early 90's, an RF&P pig train gets up to track speed after a crew change at Pot Yard.
RF&P local hustles north past the Amtrak Staples Mill Rd. (Greendale) station.
The OJ train rolls NB during mid morning with CSX- Seaboard System B36-7 # 5879 and # 5897 trailing. Actual location just south of Taylorsville and east of Gum Tree just off US 1.
RF&P 123 brings a local freight southbound at Doswell, VA.
Lending a helping hand, RF&P 126 leads a southbound Amtrak train at Alexandria.
RF&P units ran briefly through to Atlanta on trains 190/191; passing local power
For a brief period, RF&P units ran through to Atlanta on trains 190/191