The local switcher on the Norfolk side of the Chesapeake Bay awaits the ferry from Cape Charles which is due at 1600 hrs. This is one of the few railroad ferry services left on the east coast. Bay... (more)
The Local (Franklin-Suffolk turn) is about to run around its train to switch the Sonoco industry.
Local F734 (Franklin-Suffolk turn) passes the Seaboard Passenger Station which is used as a museum. The locomotive will then pass its train (which is still on the main) in preparation to switch So... (more)
K967 or the "Mty Verdon Rock Runner" starts out here in Hampton with fifteen rock hoppers.
An eastbound coal train rambles through Norge on its way to the coal ports at Newport News.
This is Amtrak train 67 with service from Boston to Virginia Beach. Newport News is the end of the line but the James River Bus Lines will take passengers to Norfolk and then on to the beach.
Commonwealth Railway is owned by GWI's Rail-Link, Inc. Engine 444 is usually used to switch the BASF chemical plant in Portsmouth, Virginia. It is seen here at Wilroy after running the local train... (more)
The Mty Verdon Rock Runner (K967) starts out here in Hampton, then on to: Newport News, Amoco, Lee Hall, Toano, Doswell, and finally Verdon, Virginia.
The reverser is removed when the locomotive is not in use.
At one time Buckingham Branch operated the Shenandoah Valley Railroad and engine number three was stationed there. That is why this locomotive is not lettered.
Engine number one and three switch Cargill covered hoppers full of salt at Alpha.