Even though it looks like this station is being torn down, it is really being dismantled to be rebuilt in nearby Weyers Cave for use at a farmers market. It was really showing its age for once se... (more)
Winchester & Western road slug #210 sitting at the shops on its death bed. Several weeks after I got this shot, 210 met its fate with the torch.
NS #1072 leading intermodal train #202 through Waynesboro, Virginia.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 #367 and GP9 #5940 are on the main in Staunton, Virginia.
Very unusual to see this special train on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. After carrying local business and government officials, Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad GP9 #5940 leads Buckingham ... (more)
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley's Alco RS-11 #367 is spotted on a maintenance of way train paired with former Virginia Central caboose #903107 in Verona, Virginia on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad.
Sporting some new paint, this former Canadian National EMD GP40-2LW #9619 is looking much better under it's new owner of Precision Locomotive Services.
CSXT GE ES40DC #5223 is leading a 4 unit consist pulling a grain unit train past the former Chesapeake and Ohio tower in Alleghany, Virginia.
A nice surprise snow storm was part of the annual Buckingham Branch Toys for Tots train. Running long nose forward, #6 is passing through Swoope, Virginia on its way to Staunton, Virginia.
Some fresh paint is seen on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Formerly known as #40, this GP9 has been repainted and has been renumbered to its former Chesapeake and Ohio number #5940. It is pared... (more)
With a former RF&P signal in the background, Buckingham Branch EMD GP16s #3 and #5 are seen at the yard in Doswell, Virginia.
Appalachian and Ohio GP38-2 #3805 and GATX GP38-2 #2670 are seen at the A&O shops in Buckhannon, WV.
CSXT #323 "L&N" unit leads a loaded coal train through downtown Thurmond, WV on a rainy afternoon.
A very unusual Art Deco style of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway logo appears on the Prince, WV station.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 #367 is seen sporting some fresh paint and lettering in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.