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  • The sun is just over the trees on a May morning and the Eastern Shore Railway crew has their paperwork and is ready to depart Pocomoke, leaving Cassatt Tower behind. width:900;;height:593
  • While still working north for Pocomoke, the ESHR crew has run around their train to work C. Lee Davis in Oak Hall, Va., in December 2004. width:900;;height:594
  • Rolling south for Cape Charles, Bay Coast Railroad GP10 2000 is seen passing through Parksley on September 9, 2010.  - Photo by Jason Walter width:1000;;height:666
  • Bay Coast 2000 is northbound at Parksley with a mixed train in June 2013. width:1000;;height:654
  • Bay Coast GP15 400 makes a brief stop at Associated Grain in Parksely on July 29, 2010.  - Photo by Jason Walter width:1000;;height:666
  • Stopped at one of the fertilizer shippers on the Bay Coast, the 2000 is seen working Helena Chemical in Tasley in Jine 2013. width:1000;;height:667
  • The heat of a summer day is rapidly increasing as the ESHR continues their journey south through Belle Haven in 2005. width:900;;height:593
  • A solid train of heavy concrete casts from Bayshore Concrete in Cape Charles comprise this northbound Bay Coast freight through Exmore in June 2013. width:1000;;height:642
  • Bay Coast Railroad GP38 2014 is southbound at Exmore, Virginia, on September 18, 2013. En route to work customers on the Bay Coast's Pocomoke, Maryland, to Cape Charles, Virginia, main line, the lite engine is passing the former Pennsylvania Railroad station in the tiny Virginia town. width:1000;;height:667
  • In June 2013, Bay Coast 2000 is working Associated Farms in Exmore, one of three grain elevators loading outbound agricultural commodities along the railroad. width:1000;;height:647
  • Bay Coast 2000 is seen picking up empty covered hoppers from Nassawaddox in June 2013. The cars will be spotted for loading at Associated Farms in Exmore. width:1000;;height:649
  • Just a few miles north of Cape Charles, Bay Coast 2000 is northbound through Machipongo with a train load of concrete casts on a June morning in 2013. width:1000;;height:655
  • Bay Coast Railroad GP38 2014 is seen working the Coastal Commodities grain elevator at Eastville, Virginia, on September 18, 2013. The former Eastern Shore Railroad locomotive is picking up covered hoppers loaded with wheat that are destined for the flour mills of Pennsylvania. Shortline railroads like the Bay Coast Railroad allow smaller grain elevators like Coastal Commodities to have bulk access to domestic and foreign markets via America's rails and ports. width:999;;height:663
  • Bay Coast Railroad GP38 2014 is seen working the Coastal Commodities grain elevator at Eastville, Virginia, on September 18, 2013. The former Eastern Shore Railroad locomotive is picking up covered hoppers loaded with wheat that are destined for the flour mills of Pennsylvania. Shortline railroads like the Bay Coast Railroad allow smaller grain elevators like Coastal Commodities to have bulk access to domestic and foreign markets via America's rails and ports. width:1000;;height:667
  • Bay Coast 2000 is ready to depart Cape Charles before sunrise with a train load of concrete casts from Bayshore Concrete in June 2013. width:1000;;height:657
  • Bay Coast Railroad GP38 2014 is arriving southbound at Cape Charles, Virginia, on Wednesday September 18, 2013, with nine (9) loads of wheat for the flour mills of Pennsylvania. The former Eastern Shore Railroad locomotive will deliver the railcars to Norfolk Southern at Pocomoke City, Maryland, the following week. Shortline railroads like the Bay Coast Railroad allow smaller grain elevators like Coastal Commodities to have access to domestic and foreign markets. width:1000;;height:667
  • Having just arrived back at Cape Charles from Pocomoke, GP10 8096 yards its train before tying up in 2005. width:900;;height:605
  • GP10 2000 works hard and smokes up the yard as it pulls heavy stone and concrete loads from the barge at Cape Charles in 2005. width:900;;height:585
  • A classic Eastern Shore Railway scene, GP10 2001 is stripped for paint as a company truck poses next to a work building in May 2006. width:900;;height:607
  • GP10 2000 is busy unloading the car float early on a summer morning in May 2005. This engine was partially repainted for a movie and never fully repainted back into ESHR livery. width:900;;height:585
  • A classic view of the barge being unloaded in summer 1986 by Alco T6 #17. - Photo by James House width:900;;height:594
  • The famous carfloat is seen unloading at Cape Charles on March 30, 2005. The barge itself is named the "Nandua" and has 4 tracks for a total 25-car capacity.  - Photo by Jason Walter width:1000;;height:667
  • The famous carfloat is seen arriving at Cape Charles on March 30, 2005. The barge itself is named the "Nandua" and has 4 tracks for a total 25-car capacity.  - Photo by Jason Walter width:1000;;height:666
  • The carfloat departs Cape Charles for Little Creek on April 26, 2005.  - Photo by Jason Walter width:1000;;height:667
  • As seen from an approaching barge tug, Cape Charles in summer 1986. - Photo by James House width:1024;;height:641
  • On the open waters of the Chesapeake Bay in summer 1986. - Photo by James House width:1024;;height:676
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