A total of 16 years in age and a new paint job separate Buckingham Branch No.3 and No.7 resting on a sunny morning in Doswell.
With a former RF&P signal in the background, Buckingham Branch EMD GP16s #3 and #5 are seen at the yard in Doswell, Virginia.
Sitting in the Buckingham Branch yard in Doswell, Virginia is GP16 #8 with high nose GP38-2 #14 and #16.
With a former RF&P signal in the background, Buckingham Branch GP16s #5, #3, and #9 are seen in the yard in Doswell, Virginia.
Buckingham Branch Railroad GP40-3 #12 and #13 are seen in the yard in Staunton, Virginia
Buckingham Branch GP16 #8 and #3 are seen paired together at the yard in Doswell, Virginia
Even though this January day is in the 50 degree range, remains of winter storm Jonas can still be seen on the ground in front of Buckingham Branch GP16 #3 in Doswell, Virginia. Behind #3 passes ... (more)
Buckingham Branch GP16 #8 is seen sitting in the Buckingham Branch yard in Doswell, Virginia.
Buckingham Branch Locomotives 8 and 3 rest during evenings sunset on the Buckingham Branch yard in Doswell Virginia, waiting for their next job assignment.
Westbound CSX #281 rolls through the yard in Doswell with a load of empty coal cars headed back to the coalfields for another load of coal. April 2013.
Everything looks calm this evening as Hurricane Sandy slowly heads up the coast. These engines will definitely get a shower this afternoon and tomorrow. October 2012.
Under the full moon, Buckingham Branch Engine #5 will wait through a cool evening before receiving an assignment tomorrow. September 2012.
Buckingham Branch engines 9 & 8 have retired for the night. September 2012.
Buckingham Branch Engines #9 & #3 take a brief respite while waiting for the next day's activities to begin. March 2012.
A trio of engines have just been parked on this late Saturday afternoon. October 2011.