Westbound autorack Q217 marches west through a heavy summer storm as they exit the famed tunnel and cross the Potomac River into Harpers Ferry.
An eastbound autorack passes the former Baltimore & Ohio shops in historic Martinsburg after a meet with an empty coal train. The west and east roundhouses, initially destroyed by Confederate forc... (more)
Three NS GE locomotives help hold back a 200 car loaded coal train as it descends the grade between Princeton, WV and the junction with the former N&W at Oakvale. The 100 foot tall trestle here ca... (more)
Eastbound coal empties pass through Kenova behind a pair of AC GE's.
The engineer of the Winchester local D790 takes in the sights as they hold on the Shenandoah Sub waiting for the eastbound Q398 on the Cumberland Sub to pass at Harpers Ferry, WV. Quite a differen... (more)
A westbound freight crosses the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, WV
A westbound Norfolk Southern coal train exits Welch Tunnel and crosses the Tug Fork at Welch, West Virginia, on May 14, 2014.
The Martinsburg Helper sits in the siding next to the old B&O Freight House in April 1995.
Train No. 380 blows bast nitro yard after stopping for paper work and on to Hiball to Rand where he was to wait for the Circus train.
Train No. 380 with neat engine for power.
After a quick downpour steam starts to rise as a westbound coal train rounds the curve at Quinnimont.
Single engine on the daily Q303.
Amtrak's "The Cardinal" with the exhibit train including engine 406 and the veterans unit. This train was running about two hours late.
Train number 50 with both the F40 and Veterans unit passes by just minutes away from there stop at Charleston.