High hood GP9 498 built for the Nickle Plate in August of 1956 and numbered 498 then upon N&W's acquisition was renumbered to 2498. It continues to be a work horse on the Winchester and Western ro... (more)
Built in November of 1959, 752 an ex-Conrail 7527, PC 7527, NYC 5972 continues to be a work horse on the Winchester and Western roster in the Virginia Division. This and an assortment of other fir... (more)
"THE OLE WEAK AND WEARY"
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"IN THE DETAILS"
Fund on a Hyatt built EMD 6 1/2 by 12 roller bearing.
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"WINCHESTER AND WESTERN AFTER DARK"
Returning to Corning Yard after a Friday evening trek to Hagerstown. 86 rolls past an already made up Winchester turn.
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"Winchester & Western New Year's Lullaby" Holding down the fort during the 2015 New Year's holiday are an assortment of power in Corning Yard. On the left is GP9 403 (not pictured), GP10 75... (more)
Winchester and Western engines waiting for the next days assignments after their short rest over the weekend.
With its days work complete, W&W GP38-2 No. 2182 rests on the main line at the small W&W yard at Pikeside, WV on April 21, 2013. Earlier in the day, along with two other units, it had operated a ... (more)
Rolling along south of Martinsburg is the Winchester and Western returning back to Corning Yard located a few miles North of Inwood, WV.
The engines of the W&W sit quietly for the weekend but come Sunday morning they will be brought to life as the work week begins. This scene was caught in a 175 second open shutter at 200 iso and 8... (more)
The engines are laying over for the weekend but come Sunday morning they will be brought to life as the work week begins.
After putting together the days train. 2182 begins to pull out of Corning Yard and make its trek north towards Hagerstown.
It is just before sunrise on a cool late summer morning and the crew of Winchester and Westerns Hagerstown turn has just arrived. The engineer is seen here inspecting his power before the days wor... (more)