Surviving Roundhouses and Turntables in West Virginia

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Blue (Roundhouse and Turntable), Green (Roundhouse Only), Yellow (Turntable only), Red (Visual Remains)
TypeStallsYear BuiltRailroadCurrent UseCityStateCountryNotes
Visual Remains OnlyWestern Maryland Durbin and Greenbrier Valley yardElkinsWVUSAfoundation and floor visible, turntable pit open
Turntable OnlyBaltimore & Ohio rail yardGraftonWVUSA
Visual Remains OnlyChesapeake & Ohio CSX yardHintonWVUSAview obscured by trees, some stall foundations visible
Visual Remains OnlyBaltimore & Ohio vacant lotKeyserWVUSAoutline of foundation visible
Turntable OnlyChessapeake & Ohio CSX YardLoganWVUSA Peach Creek Roundhouse
Roundhouse and TurntableBaltimore & Ohio The Roundhouse event Center and museumMartinsburgWVUSANorthern of two roundhouses, totally enclosed with roof over turntable
Visual Remains OnlyBaltimore & Ohio The Roundhouse event Center and museumMartinsburgWVUSASouthern of two roundhouses at this location, some outer walls still standing
Visual Remains Only20Western Maryland WMSR yardRidgleyWVUSAHeljan Roundhouse
Roundhouse and Turntable22 Norfolk Southern ShopsWilliamsonWVUSA

Statistics for Roundhouses in West Virginia


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