GP9's 709 and 403, as well GP38 2197 between the pair cross Virginia Highway 50, starting their eastward journey with a loaded sand train.
With a loaded train of just under 2100 tonnes, the "Sandman" works toward Winchester with a GP9's 709 and 403, as well GP38 2197 between the pair.
The interior look from inside the cab of the numberboard and headlight fixtures.
An almost daily occurrence when the Winchester and Western makes its run through town. This night was no different. Seen here at West John Street a couple hundred feet south of the CVRR station as... (more)
Rolling through downtown Martinsburg from Hagerstown, WW 86 passes the 1889 Cumberland Valley Railroad Station on King Street after dark.
WW 576 arrives at Dividing Creek and will soon do some switching at a nearby siding. The train is passing a private collection of ALCOs which includes fomer LIRR "power pack" FA2s and a... (more)
After crossing Lummis Mill Road, the engineer running WW 576 will notch out the throttle. The solo GP10 sounded great digging into the slight grade with 33 empty sand hoppers in tow, and the adde... (more)
A WW crew builds a consist of empty sand cars at Bridgeton before heading south for Dividing Creek. This train has a GP10 at each end of the train to facilitate switching moves. WW 732 is a rece... (more)
WW 576 switches out sand cars at a siding along the aptly-named Railroad Avenue. This was formerly the CNJ Cumberland & Maurice River Branch. The line was purchased from Conrail by the WW in 198... (more)
Winchester and Western 445 leads a small Bridgeton bound local south down the Ex CNJ Southern Division on a beautiful summer day.
Three GP9s and a GP10 power 86 south through Martinsburg after working the CSX interchange.