Norfolk & Western 611 leads its passenger train up the grade at Snyder.
The 611 is heading into the Staunton Station with Buckingham Branch Locomotives 13 and 7 waiting on the yard lead to bring the consist back to Goshen, Virginia.
Norfolk and Western 611 roars through Augusta Springs on a beautiful October morning.
611 takes the Shenandoah Valley Limited through the valley just outside of the town of Goshen where the passengers boarded.
Norfolk and Western 611 thunders up the steep North Mountain grade under threatening skies.
Synder Steam: N&W 611 roars eastbound on the Buckingham Branch, as it passes through Lagrange, Virginia, on the second day of the excursion program.
1950 or 2023? Norfolk and Western 611 thunders down the jointed rail of the Buckingham Branch in Goshen, VA. The train has just departed Goshen and is taking a train load of tourists to Staunton,... (more)
At 9:30 sharp, 611 shoves back out of Victoria Station in Goshen, Virginia, as it begins day two of its excursions on the Buckingham Branch.
Norfolk and Western 611 pulls a train full of delighted passengers through the mountains of Virginia. The train is passing a crowd of railfans standing on a bridge in Swoope, VA. The trees are j... (more)
Norfolk and Western J # 611 is seen at the location of Victoria Station near Goshen, Virginia.
The first day of a test runs is done for the 611 and she’s heading back into the siding at Goshen.
The 611 passes east just past Swoope, VA.
The 611 heads east through Swoope, VA on the Buckingham Branch.
The 611 makes her way out onto the Buckingham Branch main in Goshen with some fall colors beginning to show.
611 makes her first run out of Goshen, VA as it heads east toward Staunton on the Buckingham Branch.