The queen of steam just outside of the city limits of Staunton as she pulls the limited into town.
Actually somewhere on Christiansburg Grade the Queen shows why that first chill in the air makes steam special, so please think outside the summer box. Has it been forty years?!
J611, The Shenandoah Valley Limited, rounding the corner past Scott-Christian Rd with 611 in charge making it's 2nd run of the day towards Staunton, it was running slightly late due to wheel slipp... (more)
Norfolk & Western #611 rounds the curve at Buffalo Gap as it runs east to Staunton.
Norfolk & Western #611 rolls into the historic Staunton station, where it will be pulled back to Goshen by a pair of Buckingham Branch diesels. The current depot was built in 1902 by the Chesapeak... (more)
The Shenandoah Valley Limited works its way around North Mountain on Buckingham Branch's former C&O main.
Norfolk & Western #611 steams through the Shenandoah Valley as it heads east to Staunton.
N&W 611 charges out of Goshen with an excursion on a frigid fall morning.
I was quickly losing light as the N&W 611 approaches her next stop in Greensboro, NC. The rainy conditions made for nice condensation as the steam excursion glides along.
N&W 611 rounds the famed curve at Swoope on a cool fall morning.
The first Shenandoah Valley Limited excursion of the day departs Goshen on a frigid morning.
Norfolk and Western J Class 611 is photographed near Goshen, VA pulling the Shenandoah Valley Limited between Goshen and Staunton, VA. The Virginia Museum of Transportation, in conjunction with th... (more)
Norfolk & Western 611 is headed South back to Goshen, VA from Staunton as it just went under the Woodrow Wilson Parkway Overpass in Staunton, VA
Getting underway eastbound from Goshen.
611 gets underway out of the siding at Goshen.