The Capitol Limited with a pair of engines running elephant style are about to enter the Hapers Ferry tunnel on its final leg to Washington DC.
CSX autorack Q216 crosses the Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland on a beautiful Autumn morning.
The Capitol Limited, at its station stop, is the first train we saw from Maryland Heights after the fog lifted. What a beautiful view!
Baltimore bound manifest Q398 crosses the Potomac River from West Virginia to Maryland with the historic Harper's Ferry station in the background.
Loaded coal drag crosses from West Virginia into Maryland the Potomac River. In a few seconds the train will enter the tunnel below.
A trio of Amtrak engines lead the Capitol Limited away from the station stop at Harpers Ferry WV. The C&O Canal towpath was crowded with visitors below.
The Rock Runner with 6 axle power heads down the Shenandoah Sub past historic Harpers Ferry and St. Peters church.
WLE 6351 leads an empty ore train over the Potomac River out of Harpers Ferry tunnel. Behind the leader are two DRGW tunnel motors 5413 and 5391.
As the sun finally pokes through the morning clouds, Q415 pokes it's head out of the tree line as it heads across the Potomac River.
An evening Rock Runner slowly snakes its way off of the trestle at Harpers Ferry.See more photos on my Flickr site: Flickr | ... (more)
Twenty-one year old lead unit
Another WLE ore train bound for Sparrows Point Baltimore crosses the Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland.
One of CSX's ugly duckling SD40-3's lead a autorack train out of the east portal of Harpers Ferry Tunnel. Originally built in 1892, the tunnel was lengthen in 1896 by constructing brick portals t... (more)
K674 lead by a pair of ICE SD40-2's, passes by the historic Harpers Ferry Station. Interesting how the trailing SD40-2 is missing its number boards.
K674 lead by a pair of ICE SD40-2's, en-route to Baltimore, Maryland, cross a very swollen Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.