A former Conrail painted Dash-8 leads tonnage train Q373 west through a light snow fall in the historic town Of Harpers Ferry, WV.
Amtrak's 40th anniversary P42 pulls the eastbound Capital Limited into Harpers Ferry. Not only does Amtrak celebrate 40 years of service, 2011 also marks the 175th anniversary of the Baltimore & O... (more)
A dusting of snow looks like sprinkled sugar as the Rock Runner with a trio of GP38-2s and a GP40-2 crosses the Potomac River on the Shenadoah Sub. The trailing unit CSX 2370 is still in Conrail B... (more)
The last rays of daylight hit the westbound Q373 as it exits the Harpers Ferry tunnel. One of many trains on the Cumberland Sub during the post holiday rush.
A westbound B&O manifest freight accelerates through Harpers Ferry, WV on April 3, 1971. Those old tonnage weary F units were living on borrowed time and to catch a pure set of three was quite a ... (more)
Amtrak PO 29 South crosses the Potomac River on a Beautiful November Veterans Day.
Q41610 rolls across the Potomac River and into the historic town of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
AMTK 116 travels through Harper's Ferry on its evening trip...
Another photographer takes advantage of the great light and even better power on the lead of S217.
MARC special cruises back for the first trip to Brunswick.
A B&O GP40 and B unit lead a freight train across the river at Harpers Ferry, WV in the spring of 1970.
In the last light of the day (or at least falling on the bridge/tunnel), a westbound CSX empty coal train exits the tunnel at historic Harpers Ferry.
A new face in a well known place.
P030 heading to it's ultimate destination, Washington DC, after dropping off and picking up passengers.
Maryland Heights and it's "sign", Harpers Ferry Tunnel, EX B&O Bridges that carry the Shenandoah and Cumberland Subs and the Potomac River....pretty much sums up Harpers Ferry.