"SANDMAN'S FOGGY DAYS"
Winchester and Western's "Sandman" out of Gore, VA has seen better days. With fuel prices at a steady low, Unimin, it's parent company and bi... (more)
A scene eerily gloomy as the fog stuck close to teh ground. The Winchester and Western "Sandman" rounds the sweeping curve as it navigates the orig... (more)
The eastbound W&W "Sandman" was slowly rounding a curve at the bottom of Gainesboro Hill on April 10, 1987, passing an old barn that has seen better days. RS-3 No. 527 and S-6 No. 80 have had an ... (more)
The frost was still hanging on the field as the eastbound W&W "Sandman" was literally clawing its way up Gainesboro Hill on Oct. 28, 1983, probably at little more than walking speed. RS-11 No. 35... (more)
The eastbound "Sandman" was easing around a curve at the bottom of Gainesboro Hill on a cool, crisp October morning. The frost if finally melting off the top of RS-11 No. 351, which has begun to ... (more)
These 2 GP9's struggle up the Gainesboro grade toward Winchester. The train will lose it's front motor for some MOw equipment and make another train.
Daily W&W run to Winchester (original W&W), tackling a short grade with classic Alco smoke.