Railcar Be 4/4 # 22 of the Bergbahn Lauterbrunnen-Mürren (BLM) near Winteregg, on the journey as train 746 of the line R66 from Mürren to Grütschalp. The 4,2 kilometer long 1 meter gauge BLM ha... (more)
breaking the silence of the town of Bassett, 746 rolls south making their late night run to Belews Creek Steam Station with the Nickel Plate Road bringing up the rear as a DPU.
NS train 746 passes the restored station in Luray during the "golden hour" in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS train 746 comes south over the high trestle at Compton during a chilly, but sunny afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS train 746 splits the signals at Vaughn during a chilly, but sunny afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS train 746 (loaded coal train) glides over the trestle at the Hawksbill Creek. This location was made famous by O. Winston Link. The historic Aventine is seen on the far left along with other ho... (more)
NS train 746 (loaded coal train) glides over the high trestle at Overall. The previous highway bridge is seen underneath on a warm August day in the Shenandoah Valley.
A late evening coal train comes south across the trestle at Compton.
A late evening coal train comes south across the trestle at Overall at the Page - Warren County line.
Another monster coal train makes it's way south through Riverton Junction.
The recent addition of coal trains back to the valley has increased traffic and allowed more opportunities like this.
NS 746 finally makes it's way south after an extended stop in Shenandoah. Unfortunately the previous engineer had discarded some of the necessary paperwork.
NS 746 makes it's way over one of the many bridges that are between Front Royal and Shenandoah, Virginia.
NS 746 exits the bridge at Riverton and makes it's way south on the NS H-line.