1218 rests comfortably under the Claytor Pavilion at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.
The intermediate signal at Talcott protects the rear of an eastbound train. The lighting was the result of a full moon, and a heavy river valley fog. 65 seconds @ f5.6
RJ's Loup Creek power rests on the very steep spur that serves the GP plant.
A return to a time when passenger trains ran on schedule, and a drowsy kitten carried the advertising load for the C&O Railway. The drum head of the restored PV Chapel Hill, on the rear of the Ne... (more)
An increasing rare catch, talking that classic GE 'chug' as she climbs the grade to Big Bend Tunnel. If you take a peek in the engineers window, you'll notice one benefit to having a control stan... (more)
CN, IC, and GTW heritage on a road trip to Lee Creek, NC
The fall colors make a nice canopy for a westbound hopper train.
A fast moving westbound heads for Hinton on this 24 degree fall morning. The frost burning away from the land gives the slight illusion of fog.
The cold fall air keeps a firm grip on the exhaust from a pair of EMD's, as they struggle out of Big Bend Tunnel with 151 loads. That's 150 hoppers, and one GE widecab that died before they left ... (more)
Leaving St Albans on a clear signal, under a late evening sky. C&O fans will recognize the colorful streaks belonging to the PV Chapel Hill, as she leads the consist westbound. 65 second exposure... (more)
Eager passengers await the arrival of Big Six, with the Bald Knob train.
Next Stop, Whittaker Station!
Engineer Dirk Caloccia keeps a keen eye on the cylinder cocks as he blows the condensation out on the departure from Cass.
A group of children stare onward as Shay 11 leaves the depot. A beautiful show today, by the folks of Cass Scenic Railroad.
Big Six pulls into the depot to begin loading over 500 riders for the trip to bald knob.