Successor to the Virginia and Maryland, the Eastern Shore Railroad added additional power to the original VAMD roster. Here two GP8’s with Wabash roots stand at Cape Charles, Virginia, along with ... (more)
Bay Coast Railroad's GP10 sitting in the Cape Charles Yard with an Eastern Shore GP10.
Bay Coast Railroad's GP10 in the Cape Charles Yard.
An Eastern Shore GP10 sits in the Cape Charles Yard with a Bay Coast Railroad GP10.
LLPX 2014, leased by the Eastern Shore Railroad, sits by the line's office in Cape Charles, Va., awaiting its next assignment.
On a windy, rainy day on the Delmarva Peninsula, a former Eastern Shore GP10 sits awaiting it's fate.
BCR 400 sets off several bare tables in the Cape Charles while preparing to end the days activities. The lighthouse designed water tower is one of many unique items in Cape Charles.
Bay Coast Railroad Engine #2000 takes a well deserved rest under the moonlight and stars on a beautiful November evening. This GP10 locomotive was built in January 1957 for the Illinois Central R... (more)
An old Eastern Shore MRS-1 bought from the US Army. The old road number has been maintained from the Army. You can also still see where United States Army was painted over by the railroad.
A pair of old workhorses. Note the interesting contraptions on the top of the hoods of both units...an alert Railpictures.net viewer informed me they're spark arrestors to prevent fires along the... (more)
Quiet on this sunny Sunday, this ancient Alco still earns its keep shuffling freight cars at Eastern Shore Railroad's Cape Charles yard.
Pair of Eastern Shore GP10s sit silently on a sunny Sunday morning at the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula.
Eastern Shore GP10 "Parksley" basks in the sun.
Eastern Shore GP10 "Norfolk" offers a peek inside on a warm Sunday morning.