Westbound CSX Q217 rounds the curve between Grasshopper and Ambrose, WV on Oct. 31, 1998.
A westbound CSX manifest was rounding the horseshoe curve between Grasshopper and Ambrose, WV on Oct. 15, 1987, led by C&O SD50 No. 8568.
Eastbound Amtrak ducks under the Amrose CPL as the engineer gives us his best Richard Nixon impression.
Ambrose, WV 2/11/2012 - This remote location along the Potomac River, just west of Hancock, WV, has been a popular photo location--and thoroughly published in many venues--in recent months, as the... (more)
Westbound manifest Q341 ducts under the signal bridge at Ambrose, WV on a beautiful winter afternoon. CREX 9048, a former Union Pacific C40-8, leads four other CSX units. While NS has returned mos... (more)
Four CSX GEs lead a 141 car long Q400 west underneath the aging signal bridge at Ambrose, WV on a gorgeous winter morning. This signal bridge is slated to be ripped out, but not replaced, permanen... (more)
Empty coal drag passes under the signal bridge at Ambrose which in a short manner of time will be taken down as part of the "upgrades" along the Cutoff.
Intermodal train passes under the CPL signal bridge at Ambrose enroute to Chambersburg, PA. An increasingly rare sight as the CPL signals are falling fast on the Cumberland Sub.
Something you don't see everyday....check out the pseudo Air Conditioning!
Under a dimmed loco headlight and under a nearly full moon, Ambrose still stands strong along the old B&O Magnolia Cutoff.
A group of railfans catch a manifest as it heads from the Cutoff towards Baltimore. At first glance it appears to be a grain train but the mix of freight was at the rear.
A GP40-2 leads the Q416 west towards Cumberland Maryland passing under a B&O style signal bridge.
A CSX lite power move passes the B&O CPL signals headed west to Cumberland Maryland.
Moments after Q400 went west, P030 makes a slightly tardy appearance on the Cumberland Sub.
Q400 rolls west through CPL alley on the former B&O main.