Four Monongahela Super 7-23B’s are creeping around the loop at Blacksville Number 2 Mine, flood loading a long train of hoppers.
In the shadow of the Core Cemetery, two Monongahela Railway Super 7-23B’s pull coal from the Federal #2 Mine through Bula, West Virginia.
Pulling coal loads from the federal Number 2 mine, a Conrail C36-7/SD50 duo rolls through Bula, West Virginia on the Monongahela, Railway.
A pair of Monongahela Super Sevens brings another train of empty hoppers into Wana Junction, West Virginia.
Pulling a train of new Conrail bathtub hoppers, three Monongahela Super Sevens approach Wana Junction, West Virginia.
After decades of hauling coal from countless mines with diesels in drab black paint, The Monongahela Railway lightened up its paint scheme when it revamped its roster with eleven remanufactured fo... (more)
The MARC lineup at the yard in Brunswick, Maryland includes a set of RDC’s and three conventional trains. The F9PHA began life as Baltimore & Ohio F7A 937, and is now Norfolk Southern F9A 4270.
A pair of MARC RDC’s spends the weekend in Brunswick, Maryland. On Monday morning, they will head to Martinsburg to begin their revenue journey to Washington.
A westbound MARC train approached its station stop at the small depot in Dickerson, Maryland. The loco was rebuilt from Penn Central/Conrail GP40 3062.
A small spot of morning sunlight opens on MARC AEM7 4903 as it departs Bowie, Maryland with a Washington-bound train.
A westbound MARC train passes through the settlement of Boyds, Maryland on the former Baltimore & Ohio Metropolitan Subdivision. Both of these locomotives plied these rails as B&O road units in th... (more)
A Washington-bound MARC train passes the boarded-up tower at Bowie, Maryland.
”When Empty Return To…”
Well, maybe not this time. This Air Products and Chemicals liquid oxygen tank car is on a one-way trip to an appointment with a torch. The PC mill gon that’... (more)
A Canadian Pacific newsprint car in the green pine tree with script lettering scheme rolls through Valley Junction, Pennsylvania.
”Better By A Dam Site”
Southwestern Georgia’s Chattahoochee Industrial Railroad survived part of its early (1960’s) existence by transporting materials for the construction of a lo... (more)