Photos along the track

Sattelite view of first five miles of track heading east from Llano.

The two yellow pushpins indicate the location of the washout.

Photo from Google Earth


Panel from old map showing the first ten miles of track following the Llano River.

This is undoubtedly the most scenic section of the line.


The Depot at Llano Railyard, built in 2006.

The original was destroyed by fire in 1961.

C & O Wide View Caboose # 3304.

Worked behind coal trains in West Virginia from 1970 to 1996.


P72 Pullman Commuter Rail Car - currently under restoration.

Operated on the Long Island Railroad from 1954 to 1999.


Looking west from Pecan Creek with the railyard and depot in the distance.


Bridge over Pecan creek


Switch for Stockyard Siding - looking West.


Trestle over Buttery Creek - looking West.


Granite Cut - looking West.


Flood Damage - looking East


Flood Damage.


View from track looking East.


View from track looking West with Sandstone Mountain in the distance.