The 611 ferry move makes its way north on the Danville District with the Queen of Steam producing some good smoke.
The CSX Office Car Special makes good time as it passes underneath the Blue Ridge Parkway traveling through the beautiful scenery that adorns the James River Subdivision.
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)
The Buckingham Branch Railroad's Autumn Leaf Rambler passenger excursion train sits above the James River as passengers take in the views of the river beneath them.
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.
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.
A delivery of EMD export locomotives pass around the Eastbrook Curve on their journey to Norfolk before heading overseas.
The Flats Industrial Railroad's SW1200 sits idle under the gloomy skies of Cleveland, an indication of their future as this operation comes to a close. Take note of the no trespassing sign that ha... (more)
Norfolk Southern locomotive 7541 with its asymmetrical nose leads 812 east along the Altavista District.
The eastbound Cardinal proceeds at track speed through the bucolic scenery of western Augusta county.
0 on, 0 off, as the eastbound Cardinal makes its station stop at the quiet station of Prince, West Virginia. The leaning “I” in Prince seems to keep getting worse as time passes.
NS 6168 runs long hood forward pulling Norfolk Southern local P04 southbound through Lynch Station
A Norfolk Southern mixed freight prepares to enter Bellevue Yard as it passes the Kemper Rail Park.
The Central of Georgia Heritage Unit leads 189 westbound past Rick's Antiques in Forest.
A northbound Northeast Regional passes the unique roadside milepost number 15 on the former RF&P in Ashland.