Morning breaks with a vivid rainbow over the Winchester and Western's small yard at Inwood, WV.
A Southbound Winchester and Western freight sits in Inwood, WV with a pair of ex. NKP GP9s sandwiching an ex. PC GP38.
A W&W mixed freight heads south at Inwood as all three EMD engines work on their knees with a large black cloud of smoke shooting out of them.
"SHADOW OF A DOUBT"
The closed Musselman plant stands tall trackside in Inwood, WV on the former Cumberland Valley Railroad as the night switcher crew of the W&W returns from... (more)
Apparently, W&W made an out of character run to Hagerstown on Saturday, leaving me out of luck after an hour and a half drive Sunday. Not the best first impression, but at least they had the good ... (more)
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)
Black River and Western SD9 on long term lease to the Winchester & Western is pictured with the WW572 GP9, WW120 MT-4 slug and the WW575 GP9.
Three Winchester & Western GP9's sit next to the vacant Corning Ware Plant while awaiting the next mornings crew and their work.
W&W power idles in the snow near the old Corning Plant, including their "locomotive formerly known as a slug."
W&W engines 572 and 709 idle as they are preped to begin the local switching and run to Vardo yard for interchange with the NS. Thks DK.
Winchester & Western's Virginia Division power sits in Inwood, WV on a sunny Saturday.