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Norfolk Southern (more..)
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Norfolk Southern H Line (more..)
Vaughn, Virginia, USA (more..)
March, 2015
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Jon Wright (more..)
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"VAUGHN SUMMIT"
15T approaches the summit of the grade between Front Royal and Shenandoah, VA at "Summit": where Vaughn Summit Road crosses just north of the interlocking for the siding. on Norfolk Southern's H Line in the Shenandoah Valley. For this and other "Night Signals" please visit my site at thewrightphotographyofthings.com/galleries/night-signals
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