734 pulls into WMSR's Cumberland Station for the first run of the season! She's sporting newly rebuilt running gear, springs and tires..ready for a long season's work.
Great news for this grand lady! The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad announced today that it will acquire #1309, a C&O 2-6-6-2 mallet, and return the locomotive to operation. The 1309, the last ... (more)
Speeding north towards Baltimore, #22 has train #844 rolling right along at track-speed.
Built in 1968 for the Penn Central as their 3243, MARC #72 started life as an EMD GP40. After it's stint with Conrail, the unit was transformed into it's current form, and designated a GP39H-2.
The CSXT Mountain Sub is 112 miles long and runs from Grafton, WV, to the Cumberland Terminal, MD. Along the route manned tower use to help train movements in the ABS double area. All these towers... (more)
A loaded coal train bound for the power plant at Mt. Storm works along the North Branch Potomac River east of Litzmiller, MD. The train is passes the area around Bloomington Dam. The river separat... (more)
Clinchfield #1 rests inside the B&O Railroad Museum's Roundhouse. #1 ran excursions in the 1970's, but today it is on static display.
An eastbound CSX train moves past the site of a roadway collapse in Baltimore, MD. During a torrential rain that reached a total of 6-7 inches over a few hours in some locations, 26th St collapse... (more)
Hitchcockesque birds loom in the background as Western Maryland power awaits its next assignment.
At this end of the Cumberland Freight Yards, is the caller's office, and this manifest with what looks to be a nearly new "ACE" in the lead. is waiting for a new crew.
Empty oil train K059, with the Virginian heritage unit trailing, making it's maiden voyage across the B&O, as it speeds west at White Marsh, MD, on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision.
The westbound Capitol Limited speeds through downtown Gaithersburg, Maryland.