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As the sun retreats into the Western horizon, eastbound Q216 approaches the popular over-under crossing of the former B&O and N&W at Shenandoah Junction.
Fog or Pea Soup? L415 rolls east through the interlocking as a heavy dense fog settles in the Northern Shenandoah Valley limiting visability to less than a quarter of a mile.
Shenandoah Junction, WV was once a major interchange point between the Baltimore and Ohio and Norfolk Western Railroads. It was active until the interchange was moved to Hagerstown fully into the ... (more)
I'd like to dedicate this to my Dad whom I lost 8 years ago to Brain Cancer. Knowing full well he would be spending time track side with my son and I. Probably not at 2am when this was taken. The ... (more)
Northbound NS 290 lights up the air as is approaches Shenandoah Junction just after 4am.
It's after 3am and the dark clear sky sets as the backdrop to the Norfolk and Western CPL signal at Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia as temperature reach below freezing for the first time of the... (more)
The Norfolk and Western CPL flips from Green to Red on the main as 38Q passes by. The other signal to the left is for the siding. A Doll Mast stands on the right of the signals letting crews know ... (more)
One of the many eastbound coal trains I saw this day prepares to pass beneath the NS H Line at Shenandoah Jct., WV. Power for most of the trains today was less than stellar, with three of the four... (more)
Crossing over from track two over to track one is Q400 as it heads toward the setting sun to the west.
The elusive over and under shot at SHEN with a westbound Q217 on the CSX Cumberland Sub and the hot intermodal NS 203 south on the NS H Line.
The Mobile Division Operation Redblock engine leads an empty hopper train westbound on the Cumberland Sub.
FURX leads a manifest westbound past Shen.
An eastbound loaded coal train crosses Ridge Road and prepares to duck under the NS main at Shenandoah Junction on an already hot and humid morning.