CSXT Local L133-30 has arrived at the Deep Run flag stop, and will soon depart south with a pair of GP38-2's.
In reality, this is Fredericksburg, VA based local L133 is in the process of running around their one empty centerbeam they've just picked up from Jim Carpenter. They're in amongst the Rappahannock Railroad Museums' equipment and displays, including a CR boxcar, PRR B60 class baggage car, and two cabooses, one of N&W heritage, the other RF&P (out of frame behind the camera). At left is an RF&P style passenger shed taken from blueprints of what a typical 'flag stop' would have looked like back in the day. The two signals here are both former RF&P, one from Guinea (short at left), the other from Poplar, the signal presently located closest to the museum. The two motors will couple up to the centerbeam on the run-around track (left at the switch) and will shove out to the mainline before returning to the yard.