In a rare unobstructed view of the former CN F7A, RPCX 9177 sits in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard on an absolutely frigid night in Staunton, VA. This locomotive was originally acquired to be... (more)
After returning from Pleasant Valley with one load from NS, the SVRR local goes into the siding in Weyers Cave to run around to the front of its train and continue south to Staunton
With one load from NS, the SVRR makes its way back south through Weyers Cave. It will couple to the rest of its train shortly down the tracks at Augusta Co-Op.
The SVRR local starts its trip back south after picking up one car and dropping off one car for NS.
The SVRR local makes its way back towards the yard as it passes by the local State Police HQ with their ex-N&W RS11 in charge
Former Canadian National EMD GP40-2LW No. 9619 sits at the end of a spur track outside of Staunton. The locomotive will be overhauled by Precision Locomotive Services of Staunton, Va., and subsequ... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio GP9 No. 5940 dressed up for the Shenandoah Valley crosses over the SVRR's large trestle at Verona with 18 empty cars for the Buckingham Branch interchange at Staunton.
All lined up! Three of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad's locomotives pose side-by-side near company headquarters in Staunton. From left to right includes C&O EMD GP9 No. 5940, a N&W-inspired... (more)
Shenandoah Valley Railroad EMD GP9 No. 5940 heads for the BBRR interchange at Staunton with 18 cars in tow. Here, the train is passing a Dixie Gas & Oil truck, also an SVRR customer, as the train ... (more)
Vintage diesels still pull revenue freight... Shenandoah Valley Railroad's N&W-inspired Alco RS11 No. 367 and C&O-inspired EMD GP9 No. 5940 span the SVRR's largest trestle at Verona as they... (more)
About as fresh as it gets... Shenandoah Valley Railroad EMD GP9 No. 5940 leads revenue freight cars toward the Buckingham Branch interchange at Staunton. The original C&O GP9 has almost bee... (more)
The new kid on the block... Shenandoah Valley Railroad's newest repaint is a Chesapeake & Ohio-inspired blue-and-gold for EMD GP9 No. 5940. The newly painted GP9 will join SVRR's Alco RS11 ... (more)
Sitting in their Staunton yard sits this former B&O geep repainted in its original livery by the DGVR who operates the SVRR.
The Shenandoah Valley crew returns to Staunton after completing their work for the day.
Shenandoah Valley power rests at Staunton on a beautiful Christmas Eve. DGVR 40 - built for the C&O in August 1955 - has received a Shenandoah Valley logo and lettering. The second unit, SV 8701, ... (more)