Shenandoah Valley's northbound turn picks up tank cars from Dixie Gas & Oil before continuing towards Harrisonburg. #5940 is owned by the Durbin and Greenbrier Valley railroad and wears the origin... (more)
Built in 1955 for the C&O, then wearing several paint schemes (Western Maryland, Allegheny Midland, and D&GV) before wearing the Shenandoah Valley paint sits with a C&O snow plow which was last as... (more)
DGVR 5940 sits in the DGVR yard in Staunton awaiting orders as the sun sets.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad local operated by the Durbin Greenbrier Valley Railroad with the DGVR 5940 sporting the colors of the original C&O livery. The local running long hood foward climbs a sh... (more)
Shenandoah Valley (DGVR #5940) leads the return trip from Harrisonburg back through Wayers Cave, VA
Shenandoah Valley (DGVR #5940) leads the return trip from Harrisonburg back to Staunton as they pass through Verona, VA crossing the Middle River.
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad Local with a hand full of hoppers on the way back to their yard for the day with GP9 5940 in C&O colors running Long Hood Forward
SVRR Local with DGVR 5940 GP9 in C&O livery heads south once again after working the south end of Quarles in Verona.
SVRR Local with DGVR 5940 GP9 in C&O livery on their way back to the yard in Staunton, Va.
Listening to the sound of a Leslie RS5T on a cold & crisp fall morning is always a good way to start your day. Here, we see the Shenandoah Valley Railroad's ex-C&O 5940 head north with three cover... (more)
If you rewind to 2015 you would find that both of these beauties looked nothing like they do today. They had seen better days. Both were in different colors and badly faded. 5940, an EMD GP9 buil... (more)
DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
Shenandoah Valley EMD GP9 and Alco RS-11 showing their Chesapeake & Ohio and Norfolk & Western heritage.
A Chesapeake and Ohio GP9 exits the gates at Dixie Gas & Oil Company. DGVR 5940 was originally built as C&O 5940 in 1955.
The brakeman-conductor has just completed tying the train down on the mainline.