BB train Z631 (the Staunton local) is out and about today working various industries around Staunton with BB 3, one of the last BB GP10’s in the lead. This will likely be one of it’s last trips be... (more)
BB #3 was originally built as Charleston & Western Carolina GP7 #203 in 1950. BB #9 was originally built as Atlantic Coast Line GP7 #203 in 1951.
Buckingham Branch Railroad locomotives 3, 5 and 17 take a Monday work break on Labor Day. BB 3 was originally built as Atlantic Coast Line/Charleston & Western Carolina GP7 203 in 1950. The Seaboa... (more)
With a former RF&P signal in the background, Buckingham Branch EMD GP16s #3 and #5 are seen at the yard in Doswell, Virginia.
Even though this January day is in the 50 degree range, remains of winter storm Jonas can still be seen on the ground in front of Buckingham Branch GP16 #3 in Doswell, Virginia. Behind #3 passes ... (more)
BB 3 leads the 2013 Toys for Tots train Westbound on a foggy December morning. Erected in the early 1900's when the line was first signaled, semaphores graced this pole before being replaced by t... (more)
The local from Staunton with BB 13 is bringing BB 3 east for drop-off at the Charlottesville yard. BB 3 was originally built in 1950 for the ACL before being rebuilt into a GP-16 road switcher as ... (more)
Notch 8 and a cloud of smoke. BB 3 heads East with 11 loads of salt before sunrise.
Buckingham Branch Engines #3 & 32 head down the former Chesapeake & Ohio Line towards Richmond, VA. March 2006.
These two ole senior members of the Buckingham Branch Railroad roster take a well deserved break on Father's Day. June 2012.
With Red, White, and Blue across the yard, CSX Train Q406-28 rolls between Buckingham Branch engines #3 and #8 as it heads north through Doswell on this Memorial Day. May 2012.
Buckingham Locomotives 3, 8, and 9 wait patiently for the snow storm to pass.
A rainbow appears on the horizon after a rainstorm just passed over the area.
Buckingham Locomotive #3 coupled with BB Caboose 223 is on display for Doswell Garden Day. Visitors can climb inside the caboose or locomotive for a birds eye view back into a past era.
Buckingham Branch Locomotives #3 & #11 adorned with icicles wait unconditionally in all the bad weather for their next assignment.