Heavy rains have inundated the region and passing south through Martinsburg, WV along Tuskegee Street is Train 86 on the former Cumberland Valley Railroad after interchanging with Norfolk Southern... (more)
Winchester and Western engines waiting for the next days assignments after their short rest over the weekend.
Winchester and Western GP 38-2 sits on the siding at the Gore shop short of the four track crossing on a sunny October day.
Winchester & Western manifest Train 86 returns to Corning Yard in this photo taken in March 2013. The train has finished its daily run up to Hagerstown and Norfolk Southern's Vardo Yard and back p... (more)
All 3 Winchester and Western GP38-2's sit on the siding at Corning Yard for the weekend and will remain silent until their weekly ritual begins Sunday morning as they move freight up and down the ... (more)
The Winchester and Western "Sandman" runs on CSX trackage through downtown Winchester on hot Friday July 5, 2013 on its way back to Gore, VA.
Off Indian Hollow Road in western Frederick County, VA the W&W "Sandman" begins its climb uphill out of the Hogue Creek Valley in it's journey towards Gainsboro at the top of the grade in July 201... (more)
The Winchester and Western "Sandman" reaches the end of it's return run at the WW shops in Gore, VA on a hot July afternoon.
W&W 120 has had a colorful life...
Being built in December of 1957 as Pennsylvania Railroad ALCO RS11 #8647, it survived into Penn Central, being renumbered from PRR 8647, to PC 7647. Once more... (more)
Sitting under a night sky, Winchester and Western number 709 sits and awaits for work the following day. Thanks to Joe Gonzalez for the lighting.
This is a combination of a Conrail slug # 1020 and an Indiana Harbor Belt SW1500. A unique find in rural Va.
Winchester and Western GP9 silently sits with her sister loco (GP9) and some sand cars by the shop in Gore. Thanks to Joe Gonzalez for the lighting.
Sitting under the night sky, Winchester and Western Railroad number 575, a EMD GP9 sits still in the silent night. Thanks to Joe Gonzalez for the lighting.
The daily loaded sand train from the mine at Gore passes one of the many cattle farms along its rural Shenandoah Valley route.
A southbound W&W freight climbs out of the Potomac River Valley near Berkeley, WV on April 21, 2013.