There are not to many crystal clear days in Harpers Ferry during the month of August.
Like getting three cherries on a slot machine, I nailed a sweet payout with these three former Conrail SD80MAC's leading a westbound empty coal train through Historic Harpers Ferry.
A westbound MARC train begins to slow as it crosses the Potomac River preparing to make the station stop at Historic Harpers Ferry.
An elderly GP38-2 leads rack train Q261 into historic Harpers Ferry.
You know it is late in the day when the sunlight illuminates a train inside of Harpers Ferry Tunnel. The westbound Capitol Limited is arriving at the historic city in West Virginia's eastern Panh... (more)
A "Bailey-Cross" coal drag rumbles over the Potomac River on the 1930 alignment. The bridge to the left is the 1892 alignment through Historic Harpers Ferry. The little island with the tree is wha... (more)
After a weekend stay in Brunswick, Maryland, the CSX Track Geometry train begins its week with a fabulous jaunt west through Historic Harpers Ferry bound for Cumberland, Maryland.
CSX 4594 SD80MAC the former 0804 leads an eastbound manifest by Harpers Ferry.
Freezing rain falls as the eastbound Capital Limited makes it's daily stop at historic Harpers Ferry's restored 1894 E F Baldwin designed Baltimore & Ohio Railroad station.
CSX Geometry Train crosses over a partially frozen Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland on its journey to Baltimore.
As seen through the ruins of St. John's Episcopal Church high above Harpers Ferry, the "Rock Runner" is crossing the Shenandoah River on a cloudy November afternoon. Thanks to the fellow RP.net co... (more)
Q341 comes across the Potomac River on a mild November day
An empty hopper train heads back to the mines with a pair of new GEVO's in charge.
U324 slams over the Potomac and out of the tunnel at Harpers Ferry with a train lined to head east.
The sun still hasn't fully reached all of the valleys yet as U323 round the bend and pops his head into the light.