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Winchester & Western (more..)
EMD GP38-2 (more..)
WW Winchester Mainline (more..)
Martinsburg, West Virginia, USA (more..)
April, 2018
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GMTX 2689 (more..)
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Jon Wright (more..)
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This Winchester and Western train returning from the CSX interchange in Martinsburg, WV with a decent train is passing through town on the former CVRR which at one time was double tracked. After a cold early season, Spring is finally beginning to show her buds and leaves.
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