Eastbound BB train Z630 (Staunton-Charlottesville) crossing the diamond with Norfolk Southern.
BB 6 East running lite engine back to the yard via the middle track. In the background is the Six Hundred West Main building.
BB Z621 with BB 6 running Long Hood Forward begins to make its way back east to Charlottesville with their first stop being the east end of cold storage before continuing east.
BB 6 was originally built as Penn Central GP40 PC 3217 in 1968.
The Charlottesville based local en route to Staunton.
BB 6 and 17 tied down on Christmas Eve.
BB 6, 5 and 17 tied down for the weekend.
BB #6 approaching Craigsville, VA for the next stop of the USMC Toys for Tots Santa Train.
A nice surprise snow storm was part of the annual Buckingham Branch Toys for Tots train. Running long nose forward, #6 is passing through Swoope, Virginia on its way to Staunton, Virginia.
Originally built in 1968 as Penn Central GP40 PC 3217 before being acquired by Conrail as CR 3217. Ohio Central then purchased her, turning her into OHCR 3217, before being purchased by her curre... (more)
The Charlottesville based local taking cars to the NS interchange via the middle depot track.
BB 6 brings C&O 614 past one of the un-C&O looking signals on the line.
C&O 614 is on former C&O rails for the first time since 1985, heading towards Clifton Forge for display at the C&O Heritage Center.
The joys of shortline railroading-- minus a few modern details, this shot could have been taken pretty much any time in the last 40 years.
Buckingham Branch GP40's Nos. 6 and 5 in the yard at Staunton.