Weak & Weary no more. Two GP-9s make easy work pulling just six loads up Round Hill on rebuilt trackage. In the old cab end SW7 days even relatively short trains sometimes had to be doubled up.
The Winchester and Western Sandman rounds a sharp curve with six loads before entering Indian Hollow. The chop nose Geep was built for the N&W.
The big bright orb in the sky tried to make an appearance here so with filtered sunlight the train entered the scene by this famous pastoral scene on the Winchester and Western. The Sandman train ... (more)
The Sandman train climbing Gainesboro Hill with an EMD trio and 15 loads in tow on its way to Winchester, VA.
A Southbound Winchester and Western freight sits in Inwood, WV with a pair of ex. NKP GP9s sandwiching an ex. PC GP38.
Catching a glimpse of the futures past on the Winchester and Western. These old warriors days are numbered as the WW is looking to upgrade it's road power to 38s and 40-2s. At John Street in Mart... (more)
A southbound Winchester and Western train special from Hagerstown to Winchester crosses Mill Creek in Bunker Hill, WV on an original Cumberland Valley Railroad stone arch bridge that dates to the ... (more)
An almost daily occurrence when the Winchester and Western makes its run through town. This night was no different. Seen here at West John Street a couple hundred feet south of the CVRR station as... (more)
Rolling through downtown Martinsburg from Hagerstown, WW 86 passes the 1889 Cumberland Valley Railroad Station on King Street after dark.
Three GP9s and a GP10 power 86 south through Martinsburg after working the CSX interchange.
"Working Overtime" The days WW local has just begun interchanging cars in Martinsburg, WV after a long day on the rails. To the right is the old ice plant. GP9 459 was built b... (more)
"A Hard Days Night" Train 86 passes through the northern parts of Martinsburg, WV in the last light of the day. The train has already interchanged with NS in Hagerstown, MD an... (more)
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)
Fresh out of the shop with a chopped nose and a new coat of paint.