Fresh out of the W&W paint shop in Bridgeton NJ.
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)
Winchester & Western's unique slug sits at the company's New Jersey base in Bridgeton. The unit started life as an Alco RS11 on the Pennsylvania Railroad, then was converted to a slug by Conrail. ... (more)
The Jersey Southern switches a feed mill just north of Bridgeton, N.J., on the Seabrook Branch, a remnant of a Jersey Central branch line. The Jersey Southern was a short-lived operation, spun off... (more)
The night train to Millville is ready to depart Bridgeton Junction as engineer Bruce Mattson talks to Brakeman Bob Baker. (Full disclosure: Brakeman Bob is not a W&W employee, just an "actor&... (more)
Getting a heart transplant
"We're not your average shortline... That's how one of the Winchester & Western engineers described the company that is more like a family in south Jersey. On a crystal clear morning... (more)
Who's railroad is this anyway? BDRV 1848 (retired) sits in Winchester & Western's Bridgeton yard along with the newest addition to the Black River roster, BDRV 9581.
Six-axle power for the Black River! BDRV 9581 (ex-NS 58) reflects off of one of the tracks in the Winchester & Western yard in Bridgeton. Taken with permission!
Six-axle power for the Black River! The BR&W's newest locomotive, their first six-axle unit, BDRV 9581 (ex-NS 58) sits in the Winchester & Western yard at Bridgeton awaiting its turn... (more)
Fresh out of the shop with a chopped nose and a new coat of paint.
Privately owned sitting on the W&W, exLong Island Powerpack has seen better days.
Sitting with FA units outside the W&W shops