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Virginian Railway

The Virginian Railway was synonomous with coal. One of the few railways where coal drags had priority over passenger trains. The Virginian became part of the Norfolk & Western in 1959, but many people still count it among their favourite railroads. The Virginian was known for its massive steam and electric locomotives. Want to railfan the Virginian? Go HERE. Feel free to use these images on your websites, all I ask is a link back here and an e-mail to let me know where they are. Thanks.

Diesel Locomotives

GE 44 Tonner - Only GE Diesel on VGN Roster - Suffolk, VA Switcher - 2003 Dan MacKellar
- Fairbanks Morse H24-66 "Trainmaster" - 2003 Dan MacKellar
- Fairbanks Morse H16-44 - 2003 Dan MacKellar

Steam Locomotives

- Lima - 2-8-4 - Class BA Berkshire - Identical to C&O 'Kanawha' - 2003 Dan MacKellar
- Lima - 2-6-6-6 "Blue Ridge" Articulated - 2003 Dan MacKellar
- No. 700 - 2-8-8-8-4 Triplex - Blt. 1917/converted to 2-8-8-0 and 2-8-2 in 1920.

Electric Locomotives

Virginian EL-3 Electric - Pantographs Up - Left - Original by Dan MacKellar 2001
Virginian EL-3 Electric - Pantographs Up - Right- Original by Dan MacKellar 2001
Virginian E2B Electric - Pantographs Down - Original by Dan MacKellar 2003
Virginian E2B Electric - 1 and 2 Pantographs Up - Original by Dan MacKellar 2003
Virginian E2B Electric - 1 and 4 Pantographs Up - Original by Dan MacKellar 2003
- General Electric - EL-C Electric - Pantographs up - 2003 Dan MacKellar
- General Electric - EL-C Electric - Pantographs down - 2003 Dan MacKellar

Rolling Stock

- 105 Ton "Battleship" Gondola - Virginian - 2003 Dan MacKellar
- Virginian 2-Bay hopper - 2003 Dan MacKellar
Virginian 40 Foot Boxcar - 2003 Dan MacKellar
Heavyweight Passenger Coach - 2003 Dan MacKellar
"Northeast Standard" Steel Caboose - 2003 Dan MacKellar

Comments, Questions, Suggestions, e-mail me. All images are 2003 Dan MacKellar unless otherwise noted.