An Eastern Shore GP10 sits in the Cape Charles Yard with a Bay Coast Railroad GP10.
A former Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines GP38 brings a cut of cars South through Hopeton, Virginia.
LLPX 2014, leased by the Eastern Shore Railroad, sits by the line's office in Cape Charles, Va., awaiting its next assignment.
The Norfolk, Virginia area was a stronghold for part of the Norfolk & Western’s fleet of unique notch-nosed Alco T6 transfer locomotives. A new addition came to the area in 1981 when the Eastern ... (more)
This old geep sits outside at the Winchester and Western shop grounds in Gore, VA and is used for parts to keep the current fleet of geeps running. ESHR 8066 h... (more)
End of the line? Since I last shot this loco RP ID 392575 it seems to be slipping closer to the cutting tourch. The loco sits outside the shop well off the tracks and appears to be giving intern... (more)
End of the line? My trip to Paw Paw WV was a bust but my trip to Gore Va to the Winchester and Western Shops was interesting. The Trucks sit outside the shop still on the rails but the rest of t... (more)
Northbound Eastern Shore train near Machipongo, April 1998.
Eastern Shore 8066 near Machipungo.
ESHR 2001 passes the old dept/freigthouse at Onley, VA.
A pair of old workhorses. Note the interesting contraptions on the top of the hoods of both units...an alert Railpictures.net viewer informed me they're spark arrestors to prevent fires along the... (more)
Quiet on this sunny Sunday, this ancient Alco still earns its keep shuffling freight cars at Eastern Shore Railroad's Cape Charles yard.
Pair of Eastern Shore GP10s sit silently on a sunny Sunday morning at the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula.
Eastern Shore GP10 "Parksley" basks in the sun.