W&OD Railroad Maps

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Diagram and Profile: Washington and Old Dominion Railroad, 1/26/1965 - DOWNLOAD MAP
This map shows the track from Alexandria/Potomac Yards to Purcellville and depicts some interesting features of the railroad including:

  •  Industrial customers of the railroad
  •  Carloads in and out of each station in 1964
  •  Road crossings and the type of electric warning, if present, either a lighted signal or flasher
  •  Location of each mile marker
  •  The approximate location and percentage of each grade on the railroad
  •  A chart of the car capacity and length of each side track.
Courtesy David Marcham
 
 
Rosslyn Spur Plats
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These plats are property boundaries for the spur line that ran from the Great Falls & Old Dominion Railroad to the Bluemont Branch at Bluemont Junction and were drawn during August of 1911. They do not feature any structures and might have served as a record of the property acquisition.
**Please note: Map 13 and 22 are intentionaly missing**

Courtesy Herndon Historical Society
 
 
 
W&OD Railway Track Plats
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These plats show the rail line’s property boundaries as well as existing buildings, side rails and other features. They were probably created around 1911 - the time that the line was being transferred from the Southern Railway to the newly named Washington & Old Dominion Railway. Some of the features are different on these than on the 1916 Valuation Maps (at Wiehle a 6 foot by 14 foot waiting shed is shown rather than the station that was there in 1916) and help to pinpoint a window of time during which they were probably created.

Courtesy Herndon Historical Society
 
 
 
W&OD Railway 1916 ICC Valuation Maps
These maps start in Alexandria and go to Purcellville. Maps from Purcellville to Bluemont had been probably removed from this set when that section was abandoned and sold. Stations listed are those on the line when the ICC valuation was performed. Other stations may have existed before or after.

 
  Map 1 – Mile 0 to 2 Alexandria
Map 2 – Mile 2 to 4 Cowdon
Map 3 – Mile 4 to 6 Barcroft
Map 4 – Mile 6 to 8 Glen Carlyn, Bluemont Junction
Bluemont Junction Wye
Map 5 – Mile 8 to 10 Fostoria, Falls Church (East), Rothsay
Map 6 – Mile 10 to 12 West Falls Church
Map 7 – Mile 12 to 14 Dunn Loring, Wedderburn
Map 8 – Mile 14 to 16 Vienna
Map 9 – Mile 16 to 18 Clarks Crossing
Map 10 – Mile 18 to 20 Hunter
Map 11 – Mile 20 to 22 Wiehle
Map 12 – Mile 22 to 24 Coral, Herndon
Map 13 – Mile 24 to 26 Herndon Heights
Map 14 – Mile 26 to 28 Sterling
Map 15 – Mile 28 to 30 Smiths
Map 16 – Mile 30 to 32 Ashburn
Map 17 – Mile 32 to 34 Belmont Park
Map 18 – Mile 34 to 36
Map 19 – Mile 36 to 38 Lawson, Leesburg
Map 20 – Mile 38 to 40
Map 21 – Mile 40 to 42 Clarks Gap, Paeonian Springs
Map 22 – Mile 42 to 44 Hamilton
Map 23 – Mile 44 to 46 Ivandale
Map 24 – Mile 46 to 48 Purcellville
 
 
GF&OD Railroad 1916 ICC Valuation Maps

These maps start in Rosslyn and go to Great Falls. Stations listed are those on the line when the ICC valuation was performed. Other stations may have existed before or after.

 
  Map 1 – 0+00 to 15+46.9 Aqueduct Bridge
Map 2 – 0+00 to 94+02.4 Rosslyn
Map 3 – 94+02.4 to 204+33 Dominion Heights, Cherrydale, Harrison, Greenwood, Maplewood, Livingston, Lyonhurst, Rixey
Map 4 – 194+4.5 to 303+65 Jewell, Vandewerken, Franklyn Park, Chesterbrook
Map 5 – 303+65 to 408+71.4 El Nido, Selva, Viresco, Lawnvale, McLean, Ingleside
Map 6 – 408+71.4 to 512+36.5 Ball’s Hill, Hitaffer, Jackson
Map 7 – 512+36.5 to 614+00 Spring Hill, Prospect Hill, Bellview
Map 8 – 614+00 to 728+48 Glendale, Peacock, Fairview, Elkins, Great Falls