North bound through the South Branch Valley, this ex-N&W GP9 rebuild tags along at the end of a freight lead by two other Geeps. With beautiful farmland and mountain valleys and of course a great ... (more)
Bingo night in Romney? Certainly enough old timers in one spot to get the notion. From left to right is freshly repainted B&O(PEX) 722 (built as B&LE 722 in 9/1952), C&O(SBVR) 8016 (built as CRR 8... (more)
Under big blue skies, an old Geep of N&W heritage waits near the feed mill south of Moorefield to couple onto the end of a SBVR northbound and push to Green Spring.
A former 1956-built GP9 of N&W heritage still soldiers on, seen here shoving a SBVR freight through downtown Moorefield past a busy local grocery.
There aren't too many places left where you can see an entire train barking up a mountain valley bracketed by roots blown 567s including a manned helper on the end. This train is just south of Rom... (more)
Two of the South Branch's power rest's in the Greenspring CSX interchange yard.
Thanks to J. Alex Lang for organizing the shoot.