I'm no Mitch Goldman, but I can still pull off a pan every once in a while. While waiting for one of the last remaining AEM-7s on Amtrak's active roster, train 125 crosses the Susquehanna River.
The red barn makes a nice counterpoint to 734 running
light back to Cumberland, as the diesels have already
taken a long train back.
Western Maryland Scenic's 2-8-0 sends a plum and steam and smoke skyward as it easily pulls the freight cars in tow past the Frostburg Station as the eastbound passenger train departs the station ... (more)
WM 734 pauses eastbound to check a hot brake on a car.
Take me to church... The congregation has gathered at the St Denis MARC station for empty ethanol train K631-18, with a pair of KCS units, seen passing the station west on the Old Main Line.
WM 734 leads westbound at bridge #2
The last stand of 734 on the Western Maryland Scenic.
Western Maryland 734 waits for clearance into the yard at Ridgeley WV at the Cumberland Depot after returning with the Cumberland & Pennsylvania local.
"BACK IN TIME"
There are few places throughout the country or even the globe where one steps up and marvels at the wonders of railroading whether it be Horseshoe Curve, Magno... (more)
Western Maryland 734 arrives at the C&P depot in Frostburg with the Cumberland & Pennsylvania local.
Western Maryland Scenic's 2-8-0 thunders toward Frostburg with the throttle wide open and a plume of smoke and steam breaking into the sky on a very crisp February day.
WMSR 734 heads eastbound with engineer Kevin Rice at the throttle.
One More Go Round! WMSR 734 takes her star turn at Frostburg on her final day before her 1472-day inspection. A beautiful day for this beauty to shine! Another fine Lerro Productions chart... (more)
The Last Dance/Spin? WMSR 734 going for her final spin on the turntable on her last day of service before her 1472-day inspection. Everyone hopes to see her back! A Lerro Productions photo... (more)
Steam Locomotives and Fire Engines!!! What better combination can you ask for. Pete Lerro ran photo charter on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad which required watering the Loco. at the stati... (more)