NS 1097 clears the signals at Stonewall with Massanutten Mountain in the background.
Fresh out of the paint booth, NS 4191 leads train 202 over the Compton trestle.
NS 202 with a pair of GE's elephant style comes across the high trestle at Compton.
NS 202 comes north past the restored N&W station in Luray on a warm August morning. Pictured here are also the O. Winston Link silos.
NS 202 with the "Valley Girl" clears downtown Luray on warm summer morning.
NS 202 comes across the Compton trestle with the "Valley Girl" trailing.
NS 202 approaches the 98.3 signal after it makes it's way across the high trestle at Dovel Hollow.
NS 9478 leads two UP's northbound past the restored train stationin Luray on beautiful day in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 9478 leads two UP's northbound on beautiful day in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS 9478 leads two UP's through the signals at Stonewall. Anything but NS has been extremely rare in the past 6 months on this line.
NS 8045 approaches the N&W signals at Lynnwood on a warm Friday morning.
NS train 202 is finally able to continue it's northbound move at Riverton after waiting for a couple of southbounds at Warren.
Engineer Rick Seal puts on a nice horn salute as he glides over the high trestle at Compton on a beautiful summer morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
Engineer Rick Seal is at the helm as NS train 202 gets ready to continue north through Riverton Junction on a warm Sunday morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS train 202 rolls past the restored train station proudly supporting the red, white, and blue!