Empty ballast hopper BO964346 sits at the siding on the former B&O/Chessie Petersburg Branch at Green Spring, WV now operated by the State of West Virginia as the South Branch Valley Railroad. Joi... (more)
A loaded southbound train has begun its upgrade assault out of Green Spring, WV. The days helper engines include SBVR 6240 and 6604 wearing the South Branch Valley's predecessor paint schemes.
South Branch Valley RR diesels, shut down for the weekend, sit next to their shop in Moorefield. Photo taken with permission.
Workers at the South Branch Valley Railroad diesel shop work on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad 8250. Since their engine was down for repairs, the South Branch Valley sent their Chessie B&O 624... (more)
South Branch Valley Railroad 90, 180, 181 and green 6135 sit outside the repair shops in Moorefield, West Virginia. Photo taken with permission.
Former B&0 6240 sits quietly at the yard of the South Branch Valley Railroad on the outskirts of Moorefield, WV. A lone GE center cab switcher can also be seen
It's a beautiful May morning in the West Virginia mountains, and the daily South Branch Valley crew is almost done prepping the days run. CSX had just delivered a grain train over the weekend, and... (more)
The days train on the South Branch Valley Railroad passes north thru Vanderlip just west of Romney, WV on its way from Moorefield to Green Spring on Wednesday August 21, 2019.
Showing its Baltimore & Ohio heritage, South Branch Valley S4 17 stands outside the engine house in Moorefield, West Virginia. Inside the house, a sister Alco has been fully rebranded.
The South Branch Valley switches the Pilgrims Pride feed mill in Moorefield, West Virginia.
With a beautiful mountain vista in the background, SBVR 6604 rounds the curve into East Moorefield on its way to Petersburg.
Looking more like a model railroad scene, Potomac Eagle's yearly jaunt to Petersburg passes a small barn.
The South Branch Valley Railroad passes through farmland along the Potomac as it exits "The Trough" seen in the distance between Romney and Moorefield, WV.
Crossing over the South Branch of the Potomac River is the days train as it begins to exit "The Trough" between Romney and Moorefield, WV.