Norfolk Southern SD 40-2 #3313 leads one of the two system geometry trains eastbound at Neal.
Fall has come and gone awful early in the highest of elevations already. Remnants of Joaquin pulled winds and moisture out of the east into West Virginia's high mountain country this weekend. Toda... (more)
During a Chase Gunnoe charter, Durbin Climax #3 passes by with freight cars and a unique stenciling. Leaves have already started to change colors and are nearing Peak in the area.
Prior to the start of a Chase Gunnoe charter, Durbin Climax #3 eases out of the engine shed in the pouring rain.
The famous three-train race kicks off Sunday morning at the Cass Scenic Railroad. Class Shay No. 4 is joined by Western Maryland Shay No. 6 and Cass Heisler No. 6.
On September 29th, a day before the last day on Clark's Gap, myself and several friends climbed the hill to witness the last loaded coal train climb the 2.2% grade at Garwood. The wait was longer ... (more)
NS 82J, lead by ES44AC #8028, passes the signals and an old coaling tower at Farm in the NS Pocahontas Division
A pair of Western Maryland F units lead a train across the Shavers Fork on the West Virginia Central as part of the Cass Railfan Weekend.
Joe Gonzales uses his bullhorn to give instructions to Christopher Brang during the night photo session at the Cass Scenic Railroad during the annual Railfan Weekend. Western Maryland No. 6, the l... (more)
Cass Scenic's Heisler No. 6 smokes around a curve near the Cass interchange on the West Virginia Central's ex-Western Maryland during the annual Railfan Weekend.
Cass Scenic's Heisler No. 6 crosses the Shavers Fork with a freight train on the West Virginia Central's ex-Western Maryland during the annual Railfan Weekend.
B&O 722 leads a spring railfan excursion in West Virginia
Shoving hard on the rear of train 746, the Nickel Plate Road heritage unit pushes the long coal drag toward Bluefield.
With the shadows growing long on October 20, 2001, two Norfolk Southern locomotives push a "Hill Run" over the curved steel trestle at Garwood, West Virginia, on the 2.07 percent grade t... (more)