After returning from Pleasant Valley with one load from NS, the SVRR local goes into the siding in Weyers Cave to run around to the front of its train and continue south to Staunton
With one load from NS, the SVRR makes its way back south through Weyers Cave. It will couple to the rest of its train shortly down the tracks at Augusta Co-Op.
The SVRR local starts its trip back south after picking up one car and dropping off one car for NS.
The SVRR local makes its way back towards the yard as it passes by the local State Police HQ with their ex-N&W RS11 in charge
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