The Lehigh Valley heritage unit brings up the rear DPU position on loaded Norfolk Southern coal train 80W as it heads east on the Guyandot River Branch. In Justice, West Virginia the tracks cross ... (more)
A southbound intermodal streaks through the snow with the Lehigh Valley heritage ES44AC leading the way.
Hopper train NS 745 slowly rolls west through control point Arthur on the Christiansburg district. Snow from the night before blankets the ground and provides some nice contrast for the red of the... (more)
After the first decent snowfall of the season to blanket southern Virginia, the sun finally breaks to shine morning light on the Lehigh Valley heritage unit as it leads 740 southbound on the Danvi... (more)
Lehigh Valley pops through a cut just south of Henry Virginia, enroute to North Carolina. .
Lehigh Valley leading the 392 out of Payne Yard under ominous looking clouds.
A heritage unit duo composed of the Lehigh Valley and the Nickel Plate Road units lead empty coal train 777 on the Durham District past the historic Winfall Depot.
NS 8104 is on point of NS 194 heading up the 1.4% through Switchback, WV on its way to Bluefield for a crew change.
A heritage unit duo composed of the Lehigh Valley and the Nickel Plate Road units lead empty coal train 777 on the Durham District through the countryside of Campbell County.
East of Marion the railroad squiggles through a series of short curves, apparently to avoid sinkholes, slowing down the trains and giving some good sun angles. After a chase from Abingdon, at las... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Lehigh Valley heritage unit leads the charge past the N&W CPL signals at PKIN south towards Roanoke with a 220 car train in tow.
"Valley in the Valley"
NS 8104, the Lehigh Valley heritage unit, leads a 220 car 15T south through the Shenandoah Valley on Norfolk Southern's "Valley line"
A beautiful morning for yet another double heritage unit set on the Lurgan. The LV 8104 and NKP 8100 lead NS 777 across the Susquehanna River and pause at CP Front Street as the passengers on the ... (more)
A little over forty-four years ago, the Lehigh Valley Railroad ceased to exist, and I took my last photo of a real, unpatched road unit leading a train. Much of my... (more)