Are you seeing BLUE? The NS Conrail unit was added in Vardo to the front of NS 42T and leads a grain train headed for the CW in Harrisonburg, VA. #716
An ACe leads NS 22A throught Shawsville, Va by "John Farm".
An ES44DC pulls NS 189 up Christiansburg grade in Shawsville, Va.
1218 and 611 begin their famous side by side run up the Christiansburg grade for the 1987 NRHS Convention.
NS/Progress Rail PR43C's 4000, 4001, and 4300 gathered around the East End Shop's turntable while being tested in Roanoke, VA.
Are you seeing BLUE? The timing was perfect for this one. The NS Conrail heritage engine exits Shenandoah yard as a blue jay flies above! This grain train was headed for the CW in Harrisonburg, VA... (more)
Empty Unit Grain NS 51G making it's way though the curves at 8 1/2 St. Westbound into the star city Roanoke, Va
DGVR GP9 #6512 sits in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad in Staunton, Virginia. In the background is DGVR GP9 #5940.
Long Morning Shadows and Beautiful 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 fo... (more)
The "Big Green Machine" shoving 754 through Kohler on a late afternoon in April.
The Illinois Terminal, on pusher duty, shoves NS 754 through Bassett Virginia on a gorgeous spring afternoon.
CSX 248 West (V73715 Rocky Mount, NC - Plymouth, MI), with a quartet of CW44ACs stopped at Gun Club Road.
NS train 201 makes its way south during the "golden hour" with NS 4002 leading the way on a chilly evening in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
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)
The morning parade starts with northbound NS train 18T during a gorgeous spring day in the Shenandoah Valley. #716