On a Gorey night. Winchester and Western Railroad GP 10s 572 (née PRR 7237, GP9) and 575 (née PRR 7265, GP9) sit at the W&W facility in Gore, VA on the night of Monday, November 25, 2019. These tw... (more)
Winchester & Western road slug #210 sitting at the shops on its death bed. Several weeks after I got this shot, 210 met its fate with the torch.
After dropping off the empties from Winchester at the shops at Gore about a quarter mile east, the crew heads towards the sand mine. As it approaches the loaded hoppers in the distance, a truck ve... (more)
This old geep sits outside at the Winchester and Western shop grounds in Gore, VA and is used for parts to keep the current fleet of geeps running. ESHR 8066 h... (more)
A look inside the new Winchester and Western Locomotive Shop which opened in the Fall of 2014 in Gore, VA. Alco slug WW 210 sits over the pit as it goes through... (more)
Winchester and Western power sits at the shops.
While visiting the W&W engine facility and yard, a local resident named Jerry drove by with his A class hot rod and generously agreed to let me take a shot. Note the tank on the front, which I am ... (more)
"BACK CREEK CROSSING"
On original W&W trackage, power pushes about 30 empties west from Gore to the sand mine under peak fall foliage color. The Winchester & Western tracks originally ... (more)
The Winchester and Western "Sandman" with empty hoppers in tow, returns from it's namesake town back into Gore, a tiny hamlet in northwestern Virginia and since 1944,... (more)
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.
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.
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.
End of the line? Since I last shot this loco RP ID 392575 it seems to be slipping closer to the cutting tourch. The loco sits outside the shop well off the tracks and appears to be giving intern... (more)