Two Buckingham Branch Geeps make easy work of three hoppers as it moves along at track speed to drop these hoppers off for interchange with the SVRR in Staunton. Seeing trains run 40-50 mph on joi... (more)
The power for Buckingham Branch's Staunton-Charlottesville local crosses the C&O bridge in Staunton, VA after dropping off two hoppers from Charlottesville and one hopper from Waynesboro off to th... (more)
Buckingham Branch road switchers and caboose at the Staunton locomotive shop.
Two Buckingham Branch Geeps and a caboose sit outside of the locomotive shop.
The Buckingham Branch has finished the days work, and the pair of GP variant motors are tied down on the 'Depot Track'. Not long after they had shut down, loaded rock train W654 is seen headed dow... (more)
BB 12 returns from the NS interchange via the middle depot track. The diamond crossing with Norfolk Southern Washington District main line is to the right.
Buckingham Branch Railroad GP40-3 #12 and #13 are seen in the yard in Staunton, Virginia
600mm view of BB 12 clearing the line after a major snowfall. The code line charm of this former C&O line will soon be gone, as new signals take hold.
The Buckingham Branch RR worked on opening their line up after heavy snow shutdown operations for nearly 3 days. BB 12 along with 7 empty soy hoppers traveled from Staunton to Clifton Forge, Va c... (more)
The only unpainted locomotive on the Buckingham Branch rests along with BB 13 in Goshen. a 78 second exposure @ f4.5, ISO. Lighting provided by multiple flashes from a Canon 580EXII flash.
The engineer is maneuvering Engine #12 in the Doswell Yard to end a full day of activities.