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.
The South Branch Valley Railroad runs a course of 52 miles along the Potomac Valley's scenic landscape. Perhaps none more than this one was the short train approaches Petersburg, WV and the end of... (more)
A South Branch Valley work train rolls across Jefferson Street in Moorefield, West Virginia. Thirty-five years later, the tracks and the utility pole are the only items in this photo that still re... (more)
The South Branch Valley’s Industrial Brownhoist crane is seen on a siding in Moorefield, West Virginia. The ultra-heavy frame and lack of knuckle couplers strongly suggest that the wrecker came fr... (more)
You Really Gonna Leave Those Things In Our Yard?
Most of the population of remote McNeill, West Virginia is staring down the South Branch Valley maintenance train as it drops some ... (more)
In late 1982, The South Branch Valley was busy improving its infrastructure, as witnessed by this tie train at McNeill, West Virginia, just south of the “trough”. The improvements were short-lived... (more)
Four elderly geeps bracket an 11 car train headed for Green Spring.
Train from Romney is drifting down to the WV Rails event in Petersburg.