The power for Buckingham Branch's Staunton-Charlottesville local crosses the C&O bridge in Staunton, VA after dropping off two hoppers from Charlottesville and one hopper from Waynesboro off to th... (more)
CSX 511 west passes under the Sears Hill walk bridge at the Staunton Depot on a very pleasant October afternoon with CSX 511 still in YN2 paint
The tri-weekly Amtrak Cardinal P051 Locomotive 160 makes it tri-weekly stop at the Staunton Depot in beautiful downtown Staunton..
With over 200 cars in tow, CSX 733 leads a empty grain/coal train down the straightway at Swoope westward towards Clifton Forge.
PNLX 9619 GP40-2LW and 2107 MPI MP20GP sit paired up basking in the evening sun in the DGVR SVRR yard in Staunton, Va.. The DGVR Shenandoah Valley Railroad has been periodically running these loco... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Cardinal, on its way from Chicago to New York, heads down ex-C&O trackage through the Allegheney Mountains as it prepares to call its next station in Staunton.
CSX 3265 West at Staunton.
Amtrak Cardinal train 51 departing Staunton.
CSXT 423 West at Staunton.
Amtrak Cardinal train 51 stopped at Staunton.
Buckingham Branch Railroad's newest acquisition to their locomotive roster has arrived at the Staunton locomotive shop. NS 5213 was originally built as SOU 5213K in 1977 and will become BB 20.
Buckingham Branch road switchers and caboose at the Staunton locomotive shop.
PNLX 2107 has just received a fresh coat of paint. The locomotive was formerly Union Pacific UPY 2107. It was originally built as Missouri Pacific MP EMD GP50 3504 in 1980.
BB 9 was originally built as Atlantic Coast Line GP7 203 in 1951.