Not many railfans frequent the lines in Eastern NC between CSX's A-Line and the coast. The light traffic levels mean one either needs a lot of luck, patience, or both. Fortunately, I was lucky on ... (more)
After a heavy rainstorm, SBVR's latest and greatest power blasts through a tight section of the line's north end nearing its destination of the CSX interchange at Greenspring.
After a rainstorm on a beautiful evening, a couple of fishermen enjoy the sunset as an NS local rolls off the mile long Neuse River bridge after returning from Chocowinity.
Perhaps the strangest sight I've ever seen while railfanning, seemingly thousands of seagulls line the rails of the mile long Neuse River bridge and take to the air as a local from Chocowinity cre... (more)
Hoping to catch the BB in action in the original 18 mile line from Dillwyn to Bremo Bluff, we arrived only to find two immaculate Geeps parked with the next day's train but no work to do. BB 1 is ... (more)
The mainstay of the SVRR, which is operated by WV based DGVR, GP9 No.40 moves a large transformer to a siding just outside of Staunton.
Not a bad sight to see from the end of your driveway.
Overpowered? Maybe, but just the right train length for this shot rolling north through the South Branch Valley.
An old plow watches as a southbound B&O local rolls by. A Lerro Productions charter.
The daily Plymouth to Chocowinity turn has almost reached its destination after emerging from the pine forests of the Coastal Plain to cross the Pamlico River on the old-NS mainline.
Just outside of Romney, a maintenance area holds a few interesting remnants. Please comment on the heritage of this dismembered loco if you have any info.
G&O's 2 pristine 2-8-0's side side by side just out of downtown Knoxville.
Some interesting equipment watches the parade of coal train along the old N&W at crew.
In a scene befitting a downhome Southern shortline, everything leans one way or the other...the train, phone poles, buildings, everything.