Shenandoah Valley 8701 sits in the scrap yard at Cresson Steel Company, its fate unknown. Photo taken with permission.
If you rewind to 2015 you would find that both of these beauties looked nothing like they do today. They had seen better days. Both were in different colors and badly faded. 5940, an EMD GP9 buil... (more)
Even though it looks like this station is being torn down, it is really being dismantled to be rebuilt in nearby Weyers Cave for use at a farmers market. It was really showing its age for once se... (more)
Family Portrait! Three of Shenandoah Valley Railroad's locomotives take the weekend off.
Chesapeake and Ohio extended vision caboose.
The SV local cuts away from their train where they will run around it via the siding at Weyers Cave.
Built in 1958 for Norfolk and Western. Sixty years later switching Houff Corporation agricultural and industrial transloading facility.
DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 #367 and GP9 #5940 are on the main in Staunton, Virginia.
Shenandoah Valley EMD GP9 and Alco RS-11 showing their Chesapeake & Ohio and Norfolk & Western heritage.
A Chesapeake and Ohio GP9 exits the gates at Dixie Gas & Oil Company. DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
The brakeman-conductor has just completed tying the train down on the mainline.
DGVR RS-11 367 and GP9 5940 with a train of soybeans enroute to Weyers Cave.
Shenandoah Valley local.
SV local switching LPG tank cars at Dixie Gas & Oil.