Coal Smoke Over Cumberland. WMSR 734 brings her freight train over the Potomac and into Maryland, getting ready for a day out on the line. This was one of the Helmstetter Farm Fund... (more)
A pair of B&O GP40s bask in the fall sun at Cumberland, Maryland in October 1982. Even though Chessie System was the order of the day, one could still spot pre-Chessie paint schemes with regularit... (more)
E101 works west on the Mountain Subdivision past Viaduct Jct. Tower.
A westbound auto rack train waits for the clear signal in Cumberland Maryland.
WM 2-8-0 734 charges up grade at Helmstetter's curve working hard with the fall passenger train. The locomotive sounded great as it made it's way west to Frostburg MD
Q376 rolls through downtown Cumberland on a summer day.
WM 734 re numbered to WM 729 leads a fall trip on the scenic WM railroad. Towering steam thanks to the 729 Crew
Q317 works west on the Mountain Sub, crossing over the viaduct in Cumberland.
Passengers look on as Western Maryland No. 734 "Mountain Thunder" slowly pulls up to the water spout for a drink. 734 has a hard trip ahead of her as she has fourteen passenger cars in t... (more)
Amtrak heritage unit #406 sits idle next to Western Maryland #502 at the WMSR station in Cumberland. #406 was heading up the rear of the Amtrak exhibit train, while #502 was loading up with bikes... (more)
WMSR's GP 30 twins, 502 and 501 lead a long fall regular
excursion train back to the Cumberland Station. Amtrak 406, now a NPCU cab unit, is on the Amtrak Exhibit train,
spotted for visitor vi... (more)
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad & Amtrak pair up for the Steel Wheels Festival at the old Western Maryland Railway Station in Cumberland,MD
Amtrak's Special Exhibit Train approaches the Old Western Maryland Railway Station on the interchange track for the Steel Wheels Festival in Cumberland,MD...photo taken from Ridgely,WVA
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad & Amtrak pair up at the old Western Maryland Railway Station in Cumberland,MD
Amtrak Heritage unit #822 sits at the Cumberland Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Station at the lead of the Amtrak Exhibit Train.