The Challape Bridge viewed from the east. See picture 310060 for a view of the same bridge from the other side.
In memory of WMSR conductor Richard Markle, who was called home on January 4th, 2010. The WMSR won't be the same without him. (Thanks to Paolo Roffo for the information and the text.)
PS: M... (more)
"On through the night!"
A Union Pacific work train heads west in search of snow on the Rake Sub after the first major snowfall of the 2009-2010 season. Merry Christmas everyone!
The railroad keeps moving even in the worst of weather. A large blizzard has just finally passed the area after dumping over a foot of snow the night before. Two Soo Line GP38-2s bring the local b... (more)
Firemen working the SP&S 700 Holiday Express.
Let it Snow! An early December snowfall blankets Helmstetters Curve.
Engineer Owen Hawkins Jr. lights up a cigar while N&W 1218 simmers quietly, awaiting her next assignment. A Lerro Productions event at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.
On a gorgeous spring morning in 1974, the Rio Grande Zephyr train #18 climbs Spanish Fork Canyon along it's namesake river approaching the small town of Thistle, Utah. The right of way at this poi... (more)
The fireman works hard and keeping the fires lit as the 1218 pulls another trainload of revenue for the N&W. Special thanks goes to Lerro Productions and the Virginia Museum of Transportation for ... (more)
The darkness temporarily succumbs to light, as a locomotive's headlight paints the right-of-way and adjacent hills, while the ETD brings up the rear with its signature flashing red light. The sce... (more)
Aberdeen & Rockfish #400 sits in the railroad's Aberdeen engine house
6AM smiles warmly upon a Nickel Plate 700.
Speed lettering and fireballs - a Western Maryland hallmark. A fireman's side Railroad: Western Maryland Scenic RailroadLocomotive: Steam 2-8-0Location: Corriganville, Maryland, USALocomotive #: WMSR 734Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 19, 2009
Got Steam? The Durango & Silverton sure does! In fact, a quick visit to the DSNG yard has been known to cause serious cases of "Roundhouse Envy" among officials of other tourist railroad... (more)