All lined up! Three of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad's locomotives pose side-by-side near company headquarters in Staunton. From left to right includes C&O EMD GP9 No. 5940, a N&W-inspired... (more)
Vintage diesels still pull revenue freight... Shenandoah Valley Railroad's N&W-inspired Alco RS11 No. 367 and C&O-inspired EMD GP9 No. 5940 span the SVRR's largest trestle at Verona as they... (more)
Railroading in small town America: The classic Alco S2M power of the Southern Indiana Railroad rumbles through a residential portion of downtown Sellersburg, IN as they prepare to break... (more)
Working it's way up the grade along the frozen Housatonic River in Glendale, Massachusetts, the Canaan, Connecticut to Pittsfield, Massachusetts NX-12 road job of the Housatonic Railroad Co. appro... (more)
Florida Midland heads for Frostproof.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad RS11 #367 leads a cut of tank cars across the Middle River as it accelerates north away from Verona, Virginia.
Black River & Western #60 has just arrived at Ringoes with The North Pole Express.
A South Branch Valley work train rolls across Jefferson Street in Moorefield, West Virginia. Thirty-five years later, the tracks and the utility pole are the only items in this photo that still re... (more)
"The Last Train in the First Town in the First State"
After swapping cars with the NX-11 crew handling yard duties, Housatonic Railroad Company road job NX-12 accelerates away from the Wye and passes the restored Canaan Union Station, as it begins it... (more)
Some fresh paint is seen on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Formerly known as #40, this GP9 has been repainted and has been renumbered to its former Chesapeake and Ohio number #5940. It is pared... (more)
The guys that ran this operation were all ex-MILW guys as were most of their locomotives.
Bloomer Line 7504, a ex-ICG GP10 leads a grain train over ex-IC rails in the morning light after a line of severe thunderstorms passed.
Both ferries are in as GBW 309 goes about it's chores switching the boat train in Kewaunee, WI in May of 1973. Russ Porter original from my collection.