As 2011 fall colors approach their peak, the afternoon Bald Knob Train from Cass arrives at Bald Knob at an approximate elevation of 4,843 ft. Western Maryland "Big 6" and its consist of seven car... (more)
Pausing from switching the yard at Hagerstown to let some kid with a camera take a picture.
WM 734 arrives in Frostburg after the last day of operation for the 2012 season.
WMSR 734 exits the West Portal of Rush Tunnel heading to Frostburg, Md with it's large Christmas crowd.
WM 243 crosses the Tygart River as it leaves Elkins,Wv. heading South to High Falls on this nice Fall day.
Engineer Joe Daily of the WMSRR 734 is assisting with the helper WM 501 for the large train up grade to Frostburg, MD.
Playing chicken with Big 6?
Taken under safe conditions at Cass Railfan Weekend.
It's a Sunday afternoon, and the only activity in the yard is a rare mileage/fall festival excursion from Hagerstown. Several F7 sets idled nearby, distracting photographers en route to the festiv... (more)
WM 734 Blast Westbound around Helmsetters Curve in Cumberland Maryland on it's way to Frostburg Md
Alco FA 301 on the ready track at Hagerstown, Md., on August 14, 1965
Remarks: F7s 237 and 239 on ready tracks at Hagerstown, Maryland, on June 6, 1965.
Shay 11 pulls the 3pm Whittaker train into Gum Curve, just south of the Lower Switchback. Today's afternoon train is sold out, as passengers enjoy the 2012 fall colors.
Making its third and final trip of the day, Shay 11 shoves the 3pm Whittaker train toward Lower Switchback, passing over Leatherbark Creek in full fall peak, outside of the Town of Cass.
With nearly 400 passengers on board, Western Maryland Big 6 and Shay 11 double head up the mountain near the town of Spruce. Colors above Whittaker are at their peak, but not for long, in an area ... (more)
WM 501 leaves Ridgley Yard with the excursion train under threatening skys