Shenandoah Junction station (site) covered up

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                No it was a standard Shenandoah Valley Railroad design. There should be many photos in the N&W archive collection.



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Was the Shenandoah Junction station a two level station like Waynesboro ? 

Charlie Long


On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 9:29 PM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at> wrote:

The foundation of the Shenandoah Junction station, long a gathering point for railfans taking photos of N&W and B&O is now buried under fill removed from the neighboring CSX right-of-way.  As a result of the undercutting of the CSX line under the NS bridge to accommodate doublestack containers, the station site was used as a repository for material taken off the former B&O line.  The attached photo shows the resulting undercutting under the former N&W bridge, with fill piled high of both sides of the right of way.                            


Mason Cooper


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