The awesome Class A at Attica Junction, banging across the old B&O diamond, where PRR J1 2-10-4s once trod. The train is headed from Bellevue to the Ohio State Fair in Columbus via the old PRR Sa... (more)
The 1218 and its tool car are turning on the Bellevue wye, getting ready for an excursion to the Ohio State Fair in Columbus.
The 1218 has completed its first weekend of public excursions and is pausing at Bedford to have test wire strung along the boiler. The unique old station was built in 1905 and saw its last NW pas... (more)
The 1218 is headed south to Lynchburg on a beautiful fall day, with its awesome "hoot" whistle sounding for a grade crossing. I've heard hoot whistles mounted on other locomotives such as the C&O... (more)
Norfolk and Western J 611 is westbound at Braswell, GA on an October morning. The excursion is enroute to Chattanooga, TN from Atlanta, GA.
The Savannah & Atlanta 750/Norfolk & Western double-headed excursion from Alexandria to Richmond approaches the C&O diamond at Doswell, Virginia as it travels south on the RF&P. It looks like the ... (more)
The Odd CoupleAfter a pair of 1983 weekend Alexandria – Charlottesville excursions with Norfolk & Western 4-8-4 611 and a pair of Alexandria – Front Royal trips with Savannah & Atla... (more)
CP2839 heads south on a three day trip from Alexandria, VA to the Southern Railway steam shop in Birmingham, AL. This is her first trip on the Southern Railway.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 is eastbound on the Blue Ridge grade on the first excursion from Roanoke. This is the location of many steam photos from the 1950s but the wooden bridge over the tr... (more)
Norfolk and Western class J 611 is leaving Atlanta on the second leg of its return to Roanoke, Va. under steam for he first time. The train had run from Birmingham the day before.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 crosses the Tallapoosa River in western Georgia just east of the Alabama state line. This was 611's inaugural run to Atlanta after having been restored.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 is running though Cook Springs, Ala. on the first trip after its rebuilding. The train has left Birmingham for Atlanta.
Norfolk and Western class J 611 has been brought down from Roanoke, Va. and the first rebuilding for steaming up is underway.
Running behind schedule, the Westbound leg of the Spencer to Asheville excursion featuring N&W 611 passes through Swannanoa, a few miles from the destination of Biltmore Village.
N&W 611 makes a run past an excited crowd at the old N&W depot in Appomattox, VA.