Weak & Weary no more. Two GP-9s make easy work pulling just six loads up Round Hill on rebuilt trackage. In the old cab end SW7 days even relatively short trains sometimes had to be doubled up.
The Winchester and Western Sandman rounds a sharp curve with six loads before entering Indian Hollow. The chop nose Geep was built for the N&W.
A variety of power stands before the newly restored Virginian Depot.
An ex L&N SD40-2 leads a mixed consist through Southside Richmond.
Most everything in this Fulton Yard image is long gone. Only the paint scheme is not missed.
614T and a Chessie B30-7 face off in Hinton West Virginia.
A set of brand new SD50s ease a unit grain train down the base of Allegheny grade past Low Moor, Virginia and into Clifton Forge yard.
GP7 5885 leans into a curve near Gala Virginia hurrying a local down the C&O James River line on a hot and hazy July afternoon.
The sun lights up the Fulton Yard fuel rack minutes before slipping below the horizon on a clear April evening. The coaling tower in the background has since passed into history, along with the st... (more)
A well worn SD-40 leads a manifest out of Fort Spring Tunnel.
The N&W owned only three U 30Cs. Here # 8000 leads a typically N&W eclectic lash up on a rainy summer afternoon.The lead unit is followed by a pair of C-36-7s, a pair of GP-9s and a six axle EMD.