Western Maryland BL2 No. 82 does some switching in heavy snowfall at Hagerstown Yard in Hagerstown, MD on Feb. 19, 1975.
WM RS-3s 194 and 183 resting at Hagerstown, MD || June 1974
CSX 2695 waits between assignments at Hagerstown
A pair of second-generation EMD units cool their heels in the CSX yard at Hagerstown under threatening skies. 2616 and another GP38-2 will be used to haul D77329, the Chambersburg local. The 2497 ... (more)
The old PRR/N&W coaling tower serves as focal point for a PC B-boat and PRR tender. The tender was used for fuel storage in it's post steam service days, the coal tower came down in the early 80s... (more)
Western Maryland K-2 Pacific #202 - Built by Baldwin in July of 1912, this engine was retired in 1952 and later donated "to the children of Hagerstown, MD". She is one of only two WM survi... (more)
The rarely photographed Western Maryland K-2 Pacific - One of only two WM survivors, #202 sits protected here at City Park in Hagerstown, MD on a beautiful Summer day. 3/4 view Railroad: Western Maryland RailwayLocomotive: Steam 4-6-2Location: Hagerstown, Maryland, USALocomotive #: WM 202Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: June, 2010
B&O GP40 3779 with some sister EMDs in Hagerstown, MD in 1974.
A assortment of Norfolk & Western power at Hagerstown, Maryland, in September 1975: GP9s 640, 786, 899, GP30 555 and GP9 860.
Sitting side-by-side in Hagerstown, Maryland, are Norfolk & Western SD40-2 1634 and Chesapeake & Ohio GP30 3043.
NS 203 heads south among a sea of bluebells.
A trio of Norfolk & Western GP35s (223, 2910 and 204) trundle through the yard in Hagerstown, Maryland, in September 1975.