Photographer of Night, Light & Steel Wheels


This former Norfolk and Western line originally completed in 1882 by the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Purchased by the Norfolk and Western Railroad in 1890, it has become a main artery in the now Norfolk Southern system. The line runs north to south from Hagerstown, MD to Roanoke, VA, a distance of nearly 240 railroad miles. It is known for it’s beautiful scenery, high trestles and abundance of classic N&W color position light signals. This gallery is arranged by location from north to south with milepost h.0 beginning in Hagerstown.


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