NS train 202 is finally able to continue it's northbound move at Riverton after waiting for a couple of southbounds at Warren.
Engineer Rick Seal puts on a nice horn salute as he glides over the high trestle at Compton on a beautiful summer morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
Engineer Rick Seal is at the helm as NS train 202 gets ready to continue north through Riverton Junction on a warm Sunday morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS train 202 rolls past the restored train station proudly supporting the red, white, and blue!
NS train 202 with a brand new ACe on the point.
NS train 202 comes north past 2 relics (N&W signals to the right and a whistle stop board to the left) on beautiful summer morning in the Shenandoah Valley.
NS train 202 comes north over the high trestle at Compton only to sit for the next 3 hours at Warren waiting for a track gang to finish at Riverton.
NS train 202 comes north through Luray, VA. Several Page County landmarks can be seen in this photo including the N&W station, O. Winston Link silos, and other local restaurants.
Brand new NS ACe 1210 (SD70 IAC) leads train 202 over one of the many small trestles that are part of the track north of Shenandoah.
An extremely late NS 202 comes north with the Hub group Chicago Cause Container for the Children's Hospital in tow (unfortately it was the 91st car).
The sign says it all! NS train 202 with NS 1801 trailing comes north with several railfans out for the show on a beautiful June morning.
NS train 202 with NS 1801 trailing comes across the trestle at Yagers Lane and begins it's northbound journey towards Hagerstown, MD.
NS train 202 with NS 1801 trailing splits the signals at Stonewall on a beautiful June morning. Massanutten mountain is seen in the upper right hand corner. Beatiful countryside along this route!
NS train 202 makes its way over the high trestle at Compton.
NS train 202 passes through downtown Luray on a beautiful Sunday morning.