End of the line? My trip to Paw Paw WV was a bust but my trip to Gore Va to the Winchester and Western Shops was interesting. The Trucks sit outside the shop still on the rails but the rest of t... (more)
The eastbound "Sandman" had just left Gore, VA and was crossing U.S. Route 50 with RS-3 No. 527, S-6 No. 80 and 12 loads of sand. RS-3 No. 527 was purchased from Amtrak for conversion to a slug. ... (more)
Recently acquired from the CV, 3609 is stored on a spur in Gore. One of the (at the time) active W&W RS11s can be seen at right.
Strangely, this appears to be the first shot of W&W #78 on RP. Sister S6 #80 seemed to have more photo ops, appearing in four shots on this site.
The Winchester & Western Shop at Gore Va on a strangely clouded but peaceful Sunday morning.
Winchester and Westerns one-of-a-kind slug sits with other W&W power at the Gore locomotive shop.
Winchester and Westerns one-of-a-kind slug sits with other W&W power at the Gore locomotive shop. RIP Elvis!
W&W power sitting at their shops.
A W&W geep and slug take a break at Gore, they'll be there until the railroad resumes operations, after Christmas.
One of several units parked outside the road's shop in Gore, W&W #445 is at rest on a quiet Christmas Eve.
Not stored quite as neat as at Altoona! 403's hood rests on two ties surrounded by grass..the rest of her is in the Winchester & Western shop getting a "massage". Love WW's Nickle Plate paint sche... (more)
An ex-Conrail slug with the addition of a cab from an Indiana Harbor Belt SW1500 sits forlornly with other ghosts outside the Winchester & Western shops in Gore, Virginia.
It's 7:30 in the morning and the power for the "Sand Man" gets ready for the run to Winchester, Virginia.
The Sand Man with a GP9 and 11 loaded covered hoppers of sand departs Gore for Winchester, Virginia.
W&W GP9 403, with its long hood removed sits outside the Gore maintenance shop. The motor is undergoing rebuild into a slug mother.