Buckingham Branch Railroad 6 (GP40-2) crosses Greenville Avenue in Staunton, VA after picking up cars from the interchange with the Shenandoah Valley Railroad on Monday, November 25, 2019.
Buckingham Branch Railroad 6 (GP40-2) leads four hard working EMDs up the grade out of the interchange with the Shenandoah Valley Railroad on the morning of Monday, November 25, 2019.
Buckingham Branch power waits for its next assignment in Doswell yard.
A fresh looking Baldwin switcher basks in the sun at Dillwyn, Virginia.
Two former Norfolk Southern GP38-2 high hoods. BB 18 was originally built as SOU 5143J in 1974. BB 14 was originally built as SOU 5026A in 1972.
BB 5 was originally built as Penn Central GP40 PC 3216 in 1968.
BB 13 was originally built as Milwaukee Road GP40 MILW 2031 in 1967.
BB 6 and 17 tied down on Christmas Eve.
The Buckingham Branch has finished the days work, and the pair of GP variant motors are tied down on the 'Depot Track'. Not long after they had shut down, loaded rock train W654 is seen headed dow... (more)
The last trip of this year's Autumn Leaf Rambler prepares to leave the small town of Dillwyn from the wonderfully restored passenger station. A special thanks to the Buckingham Branch Railroad and... (more)
The last trip of this year's Autumn Leaf Rambler prepares to leave the small town of Dillwyn on its 16 mile journey to the James River. A Toyota with an appropriately named vanity license plate is... (more)
BB 13 pulls a string of 50 coal hoppers onto the siding at Crozet with the Starr Hill Brewery in the background.
Buckingham Branch locomotive 14 sits in the Doswell yard on Labor Day weekend. BB 14 was originally built for the Southern Railroad in 1972. The former RF&P signal still stands in the background.
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BB 14 was originally built as SOU 5026A in 1972.