A lone commuter watches the full moon rise over Manassas, VA, on Hallowe'en 2001 as the last northbound VRE train prepares to depart for Washington.
SR GP30 2601 trundles along side a Chessie Steam Special ferry move from Brunswick, MD, to Richmond, VA
Norfolk Southern OCS #951 tours the system with corporate executives aboard. Here the freshly painted F's greet the sunrise rounding the wye onto the ex-Southern B-line enroute to Hagerstown, MD.
Departing the yard to power an excursion west from Manassas
Accelerating away from Manassas after a pickup
Switching at Manassas
Local's crew ready for the roll-by
The "Crescent's" F40s await departure from Manassas
The "Crescent" arrives Manassas at dusk.
A crewman keeps a careful eye on the parents and kids (and other folks) disembarking from the first of several short VRE excursion rides at the Manassas Railway Festival.
Privately-owned "Royal Street", complete with "Crescent" tail sign, brings up the rear of Amtrak's "Cardinal" as it departs Manassas, following the "Crescent's" route into Washington.
Amtrak's "Crescent" rolls into Manassas as the sun sets.
"Crescent" ready for departure from Manassas
"Crescent" arriving Manassas at dusk