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Chessie 6526 is eastbound in "the dip". Three CSX units come west out of "the dip" and are about to cross the newly paved crossing at Vaucluse Road.

Two photos of the Vaucluse station taken by Mason Cooper in the 1980's.
CSX 6224 heads west about to cross Valcluse Road in the 1990's. The next photo was taken on May 18, 2014 of the abandoned Valcluse Station, which once housed a store, school, and post office.

Several views from inside the Valcluse Station. First we look atthe operators office and the back wall behind the office. Next two shots are the track side door and window then a view upstairs looking out a trackside window. The station was built in 1891 and has sat abandoned since January 15, 1943. The bars on the windows are reminders of the buildings use as a post office. (May 18, 2014)

CSX 6101 has just climbed the grade east from Middletown. The train is cresting the grade and nearing Valcluse. (1990's)

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