Cumberland, MD 2/24/2013 - Amid the bright light of the west end yard throat of the massive Cumberland yards, SD-50-2 8617 waits its turn for yard duty. Once one of the hottest and strongest locom... (more)
On the outskirts of Cumberland, #30 heads east after a recent snowfall.
CSXT 911 leads a coal train East out of Cumberland early on a saturday morning just as the sun peaks out behind the mountain clouds.
A ghost from the past is revealed lettered on the side of this bridge at North Branch, on the east side of Cumberland, MD. The former B&O main line passes below--where an eastbound behind a "steal... (more)
A lone AC6000CW sits just east of Mexico Tower. Original B&O signals still protect the switches in both directions at this location.
Western Maryland 2-8-0 adds a little push to Westbound freight on a cool October day.
CSX Rail train heads east through the cumberland narrows
WM 734 departs the station at Cumberland for the night trip of the 'Polar Express.' Thanks to Joe Gonzalez for the lighting.
CSX E160 rolls across Wills Creek in downtown Cumberland, MD en route to Grafton, WV. Just as Chessie had attempted 15 years earlier with the then-new SD50s, CSX attempted to operate their new SD7... (more)
CSX Coal train arrives at Cumberland Maryland where it will get a re-crew and then head to Baltimore Md
Engineer Joe Daily of the WMSRR 734 is assisting with the helper WM 501 for the large train up grade to Frostburg, MD.
Western Maryland 734 blast uphill rounding a curve during a Carl Franz photo trip.
A Western Maryland freight makes an early departure out of Cumberland and thunders Westbound through the Narrows towards Frostburg on a blistery cold morning.
On a dreary Saturday evening, a murder mystery train arrives at the Curmberland Station at 10:00 p.m.
Thanks to Joe Gonzalez for the lighting.