Richmond, Virginia is home to many unique railroading artifacts. One of the most interesting - yet overlooked ones is the C&O viaduct of Richmond. One of the longest in the United States, it spans... (more)
W015 heads south through Nora, Virginia.
A very late Q692-15 heads north over the Copper Creek viaduct as the fall colors begin to show.
NS 1074 leads the charge as NS 15T flies high above the New River
A herzog ballast train symboled as 90Z is led by a brand new NS AC44C6M no. 4357. The train headed north out of Roanoke and is seen here going over the James River at Natural Bridge Station.
Crossing over the New River on a beautiful summer morning is NS 126 with the N&W heritage unit and 4000 leading the way.
The DPU on Q692 flies across Copper Creek on the former Clinchfield.
With a fresh out of Altoona AC44 leading the show, a very hot 211 crosses the 1900’s built bridge over the Staunton River and the old Virginian Railway as Marcus James hustles the 7500 foot UPS tr... (more)
A northbound Southern coal train is crossing the Tye River at Tye River, Virginia. Three SD40-2’s are approaching the site of the one-time interchange with the Virginia Blue Ridge Railway. The pho... (more)
Spring has begun to arrive in the Shenandoah Valley as NS train 15T comes south. This is my kind of "social distancing!" #716
NS train 746 comes south over the high trestle at Compton during a chilly, but sunny afternoon in the Shenandoah Valley. #716
NS 15T comes south over the small trestle at the Hawksbill Creek in Luray.
Q41001 crosses the James River into Richmond with the office car train in tow (F40's on the head end and office cars on the rear)
Norfolk Southern coal train U44 rolls east over US Route 58 Alt. in St. Paul, Virginia.
Loaded Norfolk Southern coal train 722 rolls east over Virginia Route 63 in St.Paul, Virginia on the Clinch Valley District.