Eastbound autoracks approach Keystone, Pa.
Eastbound CSX stacks roll under the ex-Western Maryland's Keystone Viaduct.
Eastbound drag freight Q368 winds through the curves approaching Keystone.
Q216 negotiates the S curve between Glade City and Keystone.
Q358 struggles upgrade through the S curve approaching Keystone.
An eastbound coal drag thunders up the Sand Patch grade, ducking under the massive Western Maryland through-truss bridge, now home to the Great Allegheny Passage trail.
B&O 3763 leads a east bound up the west slope of Sand Patch grade at Keystone, PA. 1/28/1984
Q261 takes the curve at Keystone with a matched YN3b set of an ES44AH and SD40-2.
About to duck under the Keystone Viaduct, this helper set pushes coal up Sand Patch Grade.
As a loaded coal drag grinds under the Western Maryland Keystone Viaduct, the sun makes a perfectly timed appearance on this otherwise dreary Saturday morning creating some strong storm light.
As the sun paints its final rays of light for the day atop the mountains of Pennsylvania, Q261 glides under the Western Maryland Keystone Viaduct.
Q375 drops downgrade under the Western Maryland Keystone Viaduct on the first day of Autumn.
A pair of older EMDs lug a heavy autorack train up the grade toward Sandpatch seen from the crossing at Glade City road on a gorgeous fall afternoon.
An eastbound loaded coal train pulls thru the S-Curve just west of Keystone.
A single Dash-8 heads back east after shoving a westbound up Sand Patch Grade.