Stopped by one of my favorite locations at Fort Lee on a foggy morning. While she might look big, a Krupp V5 German railgun nearly twice the size sits in a museum on base. The placard at the bas... (more)
Pan shot of number 475 headed towards the Station at Strasburg.
At 1/8 of a second for the pan, the rods on the Queen of Steam become nothing more than a blur. Probably my slowest pan speed ever.
A US Army 80 ton switcher takes a flat bed through Fort Eustis to test the rails.
This shot was over 8 years in the making. Ever since I had been doing reserve duty at Eustis I had wanted this... (more)
Nestled within Fort Lee, VA, is an ordnance museum inaccessible to the public. Within this museum sits a German Krupp K5 railgun, named Leopold. It took every bit of a 14mm lens to get the full ... (more)
It’s a beautiful albeit hot evening in Richmond, Virginia looking out from a scenic overlook on Floodwall Wall Park. CSXT 3277 slowly trundles across the CSX James River Viaduct.
It’s a beautiful evening in Richmond, Virginia looking out from a scenic overlook on Floodwall Wall Park. The Ethyl Corporation building sits atop the city and could easily be mistaken for the ... (more)
Located on Fort Lee is this beauty. While she might look big, a Krupp V5 German railgun nearly twice the size sits in a museum on base. The placard at the base of the guns says: Built at Waterv... (more)
The sun is setting and NS V62 backs out of the Collier Yard with a load of trash empties. It must first the switch in order to hit the NS line in to Petersburg. The conductor will meet the train... (more)
"The Spirit of Roanoke". The Queen of Steam may not wear this on her side any more, but she will always be the Spirit of Roanoke to me. Taken on her first trip up from the VMT back in ... (more)
A different angle. Inspired by seeing Mitch Goldman's beautiful pan today, I wanted to post mine of basically the same moment, with a different lens and angle. Mine is 1/25. The zoom kind of fo... (more)
On a wet and rainy day, 611 get's ready to start the return trip back to the station.
On a wet and rainy day, J611 passes by in a pan shot.
On an early October day, 2-truck Shay #3 approaches a switch. The trees are beginning to change and hints of yellow dot the forests of Durbin.
The engineer of two-truck Shay #3 provides some maintenance on an early fall day during a photo shoot organized by Chase Gunnoe.