Seemingly half of Cumberland's population came out to see the WMSR's newest locomotive, an ex-VIA FPA4. Strangely, it came with mismatched number boards.
A short weekday afternoon excursion arrives in Frostburg.
Heading home from Wyoming, we stopped off near KC and ran into a steam engine along the way.
A modified Chessie caboose trailing a cut of ladle cars - two sights you probably won't see around Weirton today.
A former P&LE switcher leads a train of scrap gons. This view was taken from Weirton's Main St. which provided a great vantage point to watch and photograph mill operations.
Railroading in Iowa - Uncle Pete and giant grain elevators.
The Chessie era ended four years earlier, but there are still plenty of vestiges of the past in this scene at Rowlesburg.
On a ridiculously windy day, a stack train hustles through Vaughn, a busy hot spot where the UP crosses underneath the BNSF.
A DPU brings up the rear of a hopper train.
Yet another train of coal leaves the Orin Line and heads east at Donkey Creek.
A westbound stack train crosses the huge Kate Shelley Bridge. Construction on the new bridge was just getting started at the time of the photo.