BB 6 East running lite engine back to the yard via the middle track. In the background is the Six Hundred West Main building.
BB 17 taking one car to the NS interchange. The rebuilt locomotive was originally built as SOU 5090R in 1973.
BB Z621 with BB 6 running Long Hood Forward begins to make its way back east to Charlottesville with their first stop being the east end of cold storage before continuing east.
BB 7 West stopped at Charlottesville, waiting on a clear signal to proceed back to Staunton.
BB 12 sits idle at the yard office. It was originally built as Penn Central PC GP40 3178 in 1968. Behind the locomotive is the former C&O passenger station.
After Shoving almost 60 cars back into the Bells Valley siding just west of this location and getting hung up most of the day in Clifton Forge by CSX. Running tight on time, BB 18 wasting no time ... (more)
BB train Z631 (the Staunton local) is out and about today working various industries around Staunton with BB 3, one of the last BB GP10’s in the lead. This will likely be one of it’s last trip... (more)
BB 17 was originally built as SOU 5090R in 1973.
BB 7 was originally built as Denver & Rio Grande Western GP40 DRGW 3062 in 1966.
The Buckingham Branch Railroad's Autumn Leaf Rambler passenger excursion train sits above the James River as passengers take in the views of the river beneath them.
BB 6 was originally built as Penn Central GP40 PC 3217 in 1968.
BB Z631 with BB7, 13, and 14 westbound on the North Mountain Sub. just west of Craigsville, Va, taking a string of tankers back to CSX in Clifton Forge on a nice crisp December afternoon.
Buckingham Branch engines 7, 5, and 14 sit idle after the first winter snow of the season. #71
Recently acquired NS 5213 sits with BB 9 (GP16) after the first winter snow of the season. #716
BB 5 was originally built as Penn Central GP40 PC 3216 in 1968.