611 makes easy work of the grade out of Lynchburg on its way east to Petersburg.
630 begins to accelerate out of Weller Yard and past the CPL's that protect the entrance.
3813 has seen it's better days, and one wonders if the RJ Corman units will keep their shine for long.
8569 sitting on the Old Passenger Main looking towards the Lexington Skyline and the old coaling towers, whose days are numbered.
4501 has been put away for the day after a ferry move from Chattanooga. She was on her way to Cincinnati as a sub for 1218 for fall trips through Kentucky.
N&W Class "A" 1218 stops in Danville to get a new crew and to top off the tender with coal and water on it's way to Knoxville with a Cincinnati Railroad Club overnight trip.
Kickin' it old school (much to the crews displeasurement I would imagine) with a southbound Triple Crown back in the day when the FRA limited the Triple Crown trains to a maxium of 75 vans.
A Southbound Manifest changes crews in front of the depot in Danville
Spring time in the Bluegrass state as a southbound crew is about to end it's journey for the day.
NS 3544 makes short work of the hill at Norwood with a northbound Triple Crown.
A Northbound Triple Crown races through Sunbright
One of the RARE ex-Southern GP-40Xs on a northbound approaching the infamous campgrounds of Nemo, TN.
Two GP38s are called up for excursion service due to an ailing 4501. Here they are with the southbound leg of TVRM's annual fall trip from Chatt to Oneida.
Here is NKP 756 (made up to be C&O 2765) coming into Indianpolis on a trip from Cincy that took it up the senic, and at the time still semaphored B&O.
The view of the bridge at Keno, taken from an NS Steam Train.