NS train 11Z glides southbound past the restored N&W station in Luray (now Visitor's Center) after a significant snowfall in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS train 11Z makes its southbound move after a significant snowfall in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS train 11Z makes its southbound move over the location made famous by O.Winston Link during the golden hour in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
Rumbling through Taylor.
NS 8134 appears after 202 goes into the siding on a cold, but sunny winter day in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS 8134 leads a monster mixed freight on a cold, but sunny winter day in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
A small pocket of sunlight appears as NS 1030 comes south. #716
Train 12Z comes south before going into the siding at Bentonville to meet 11Z on a cold November morning. #716
Fall is coming to the Shenandoah Valley, as NS 8090 leads the southbound counterpart to train 12Z. #716
NS train 11Z rolls past a set of former N&W CPL signals at Vesuvius, Virginia.
A very late 11Z passes through Taylor. Crew had to replace two knuckles earlier.
With a break in the clouds and snow, yes snow in May, the 11Z rockets into Schoharie Junction on its way South with Pan Am Railways MEC 3403 between the black horses.
Pan Am visits Enola Yard, with the 3404 in the lead with two different fonts in the number boards. Note also the 5,000-gallon fuel tank on this ex-Quebec North Shore & Labrador unit.