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Walmart in Leesburg, Virginia
Walmart in Leesburg, Virginia Walmart store in Leesburg, Virginia, still sporting the 1990s-era logo on the exterior of the store in mid-2016.
Walmart in Leesburg, Virginia
Walmart in Leesburg, Virginia Walmart store in Leesburg, Virginia, still sporting the 1990s-era logo on the exterior of the store in mid-2016.
Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge
Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge The Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge, now operated by CSX Transportation, which carries the CSX Cumberland and Shenandoah Subdivisions from the Harpers Ferry tunnel to Cumberland, Maryland and Strasburg, Virginia, respectively.
View of Harpers Ferry from Maryland Heights overlook
View of Harpers Ferry from Maryland Heights overlook View of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia from the Maryland Heights overlook, in Washington County, Maryland.
View of Harpers Ferry from Maryland Heights overlook
View of Harpers Ferry from Maryland Heights overlook View of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia from the Maryland Heights overlook, in Washington County, Maryland.
Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge
Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge The Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge, carrying the CSX Shenandoah Subdivision over the Potomac River into Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The structure also contains a footbridge in order for park visitors to walk between Harpers Ferry and Maryland Heights.
Abandoned track at Harpers Ferry
Abandoned track at Harpers Ferry An abandoned track at Harpers Ferry, a spur off of the CSX Shenandoah Subdivision.
Abandoned bridge pier at Harpers Ferry
Abandoned bridge pier at Harpers Ferry Abandoned bridge pier in the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, viewed from the current Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge. The pier shown here is part of an earlier bridge that was built and destroyed several times during the American Civil War before being abandoned before the war's end.



The lighting comes from a set of floodlights, which were aimed at the current bridge to aid CSX work crews conducting track maintenance in the area.
Abandoned bridge pier at Harpers Ferry
Abandoned bridge pier at Harpers Ferry Abandoned bridge pier in the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, viewed from the current Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge. The pier shown here is part of an earlier bridge that was built and destroyed several times during the American Civil War before being abandoned before the war's end.



The lighting comes from a set of floodlights, which were aimed at the current bridge to aid CSX work crews conducting track maintenance in the area.
Abandoned bridge pier at Harpers Ferry
Abandoned bridge pier at Harpers Ferry Abandoned bridge pier in the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, viewed from the current Winchester and Potomac Railroad Bridge. The pier shown here is part of an earlier bridge that was built and destroyed several times during the American Civil War before being abandoned before the war's end.



The lighting comes from a set of floodlights, which were aimed at the current bridge to aid CSX work crews conducting track maintenance in the area.