South of downtown Sanford, the A&W twists and undulates through backyards and industries as they make their way out to a few businesses on this last remnant of the old A&W. This is a G&W property ... (more)
The ATW comes through the center of town past the depot that sits in between the ATW and CSX (formerly SAL mainline). The conductor prepares to flag a crossing ahead.
611 brings a weekend of running to a close as she tiptoes back into the NC Transportation Museum grounds.
611 roars southbound past an old factory putting out a nice plume for a crowd of photographers gathered in Jamestown.
Those awaiting the northbound run of the 611 through Chatham VA were pleasantly surprised by a southbound freight led by the Pennsy heritage unit just seconds before 611 arrived.
The northbound run is about 20 miles south of Lynchburg as it comes off the Roanoke River trestle.
After a quick stop, 611 is underway northbound through Dundee yard out of Danville.
611 disturbs the quiet of a local cemetery as she races through with her classic Hancock whistle bellowing.
Leaning into the super elevated curve, 611 roar through Thomasville passing the landmark "giant chair" of this one time furniture producing town.
611 arrives northbound into downtown Greensboro.
Conway Scenic's train to Fabyan's pulls into the station at Crawford Notch with a full train.
611 crosses the Dan River on her southbound run back to Spencer easing to her station stop in Danville with a crowd of photographers gathered on a parallel RR trestle turned rail trail.
611 crosses over a local park after crossing the Roanoke River on the impressive Alta Vista trestle while a hundred or so railfans crowd onto the rickety sidewalk of the parallel Hwy 29 bridge.