The Charlottesville based local taking cars to the NS interchange via the middle depot track.
The local from Staunton with BB 13 is bringing BB 3 east for drop-off at the Charlottesville yard. BB 3 was originally built in 1950 for the ACL before being rebuilt into a GP-16 road switcher as ... (more)
Former RF&P 101 assembles its train.
I wonder if the new locomotive technologies being manufactured today will last as long as these three. Between this trio of EMD engines, they have 170 years of combined service to various railroad... (more)
Everything looks calm this evening as Hurricane Sandy slowly heads up the coast. These engines will definitely get a shower this afternoon and tomorrow. October 2012.
Notch 8 and a cloud of smoke. BB 3 heads East with 11 loads of salt before sunrise.
Under the full moon, Buckingham Branch Engine #5 will wait through a cool evening before receiving an assignment tomorrow. September 2012.
Buckingham Branch engines 9 & 8 have retired for the night. September 2012.
A trio of Buckingham Branch engines take a well deserved rest on a Sunday afternoon while CSX Train Q176-12 heads north on the former Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac line. August 2012.
Buckingham Branch Engines #3 & 32 head down the former Chesapeake & Ohio Line towards Richmond, VA. March 2006.
These two ole senior members of the Buckingham Branch Railroad roster take a well deserved break on Father's Day. June 2012.
Buckingham Branch 5 sits with a short consist on the interchange track connecting CSX's former RF&P main with the original C&O mainline now operated by the Buckingham Branch.
With Red, White, and Blue across the yard, CSX Train Q406-28 rolls between Buckingham Branch engines #3 and #8 as it heads north through Doswell on this Memorial Day. May 2012.