As the second day of 611 fall excursions on the Buckingham Branch's Virginia Scenic Railway gets on the way and after hearing the famous whistle in the far distance the 611 breaks the silence as ... (more)
Buckingham Branch's Clifton Forge turn Z631 with a former NS GP38-2 fresh out of the shop from getting a nose trim along with being redone in the colors of the Buckingham Branch livery, BB 15 roll... (more)
Z621 drops off a CSX SD70MAC in Brand siding.
BB 5 east working the east leg of the wye.
BB 17 west leaving Gordonsville headed back to Charlottesville.
After a full day of successfully run, inaugural Virginia Scenic Railway excursions, Buckingham Branch Railroad GP38-2 #17, a former Norfolk Southern locomotive, and the beautiful 'Arvonia' passeng... (more)
Buckingham Branch 7 leads the Charlottesville job eastbound out of Staunton with a long train.
BB 15 West returning from Klockner Pentaplast in Gordonsville.
BB 15 West passing the First Baptist Church.
BB 15 tied down at the yard office on September 15th. BB 15 was originally built as SOU 5069 in 1973.
Eastbound BB train Z630 (Staunton-Charlottesville) crossing the diamond with Norfolk Southern.
BB 17 with the Arvonia a modernized 1940s passenger car on the Offical Inaugural run of the Virginia Scenic Railway's Blue Ridge Flyer seen rolling eastbound Long Hood First by Augusta COOP in Sta... (more)
BB 17 tied down on July 4th. The GP38-2 was originally built as SOU 5090R in 1973.
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.