A westbound Chesapeake & Ohio hopper train powers through the sweeping curve at Crozet, Virginia.
Five Chessie-painted Chesapeake & Ohio units lead a westbound train of empty hoppers at the east end of the passing siding at Ivy, Virginia.
With a train of empty hoppers in tow, two Chesapeake & Ohio GP40-2’as and three U30C’s roll westward between Charlottesville and Ivy, Virginia.
Westbound empties on their way to the mines pass the 1923 Chesapeake & Ohio depot in Crozet , Virginia.
Two GP40-2’s and three U30B’s are in charge of a westbound Chesapeake & Ohio train at Charlottesville, Virginia.
This Chessie Passenger special appears to be in Michigan, perhaps Battle Creek or Grand Rapids. Photographer is unknown, this was given to me many years back from an old friend. If anybody knows... (more)