“No Surrender”Flying the white flags of an extra, The West Virginian, an excursion sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter/NRHS, along with Railtours of America and the B&O Railroad, ... (more)
The West Virginian is about to pass under the Norfolk & Western’s Shenandoah Valley line as it negotiates the gentle s-curve on the Baltimore & Ohio main line at Shenandoah Junction, West V... (more)
The West Virginian, flying white flags, rolls west through Hoods Mill, Maryland on a perfect September day.
On September 25, 1983, the Baltimore Chapter, NRHS, along with co-sponsors Railtours of America and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad operates an excursion from Baltimore to Harpers Ferry and Martinsb... (more)
On September 25, 1983, an excursion from Baltimore to Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg via the B&O Old Main Line was scheduled to take place. I believe that the trip was sponsored by the Baltimore Ch... (more)
ABBA set of F units leading the southbound Etowah-Copperhill "Hiwassee Loop" excursion
A Seaboard System inspection train from Corbin, KY to Erwin, TN is on NS trackage at Harvey, VA.
Just out of Waycross shops after a rebuild, Seaboard System Fs 116 and 118 (ex-Clinchfield 800 and 200) handle a northbound office car special at Dryden, VA. The caboose behind the power is for th... (more)
The "final four" Seaboard System F-units hustle southbound with an NRHA special across the big trestle at Copper Creek.
A northbound inspection train on the old Clinchfield.
A northbound inspection train passing through Spruce Pine.
Seaboard System 116 and 118 leading a northbound excursion train through Unaka Springs after crossing the Nolichucky River.
The power for this Erwin, TN - Marion, NC excursion runs around its train at Marion with passengers walking around the depot before the trip back north to Erwin || April 1984
A northbound three-car inspection train for Seaboard System rolls by a southbound unit coal train in the hole at Big Stone Gap. The two units--116 and FP7A 118--were previously Clinchfield 800 and... (more)
A friendly wave from the fireman's side of the cab as the Etowah-Copperhill excursion nears its outbound destination