D790's power pulls to a stop in front of the joint CSX/W&W station.
The Winchester Local makes its way to "the Valley" on the Shenandoah Sub crossing the Potomac River from Maryland towards Virginia it passes by historic Harpers Ferry, WV on a beautiful Autumn mro... (more)
A late day Shenandoah Sub Winchester local creeps across the Potomac River.
Freshly painted CSX GP38-2 2680 glistens in the night light!
No stranger to this yard, CSX 6249, former B&O 4350, takes the lead on the first "Valley Local" of the week.
It is 3am and D790 the "Apple Bloosom Special", waits for its crew who is inside the yard office going over their trainorders before the trip to Winchester, Virginia.
10 minutes after NS manifest M1R crossed on the H-Line, D790 takes its turn on the diamond, heading for Winchester, Virginia, via the Shenandoah Sub.
The Winchester local passes enters the Shenandoah Sub past the historic lower town of Harpers Ferry on a beautiful Autumn day
D790, on its way to Winchester, Va, leaves Maryland and crosses the Potomac River into West Virginia on a beautiful Fall day. Engineer R. Kithcart has six engines in consist.
CSX D790 exits the tunnel at Harpers Ferry and enters the Shenandoah Sub for work in the valley. Passing lower town affords the pedestrians on the bridge a close up view.
As viewed from the cliffs of Maryland Hts, the D790 makes its way towards Winchester, VA.
As viewed from the cliffs high above the tunnel. The D790 enters the Shenandoah Sub on a beautiful Spring morning. The Cumberland Sub tracks are at the bottom.
The Winchester local eases its way on the Shenandoah Sub into historic Harpers Ferry. For a while the train will follow the Shenadoah River visible in the upper left corner.
The Brunswick to Winchester, Va, local approaces Charles Town. Canon EOS 10D w/ 70-200mm F/4L lens. 1/400 sec. @ F/5.6.
The Winchester local approaches the historic town of Harpers Ferry on the Shenandoah Sub. The CSX Cumberland Sub is visible in the background.