Sometimes you just get lucky! During a visit to Western Maryland's Cumberland Station on the night of September 21st, for instance, I was fortunate to come across a nice assortment of WM p... (more)
734 waiting to load up to start its journey back to Cumberland.
Fall colors are at their peak as 24M rolls east on the Port Road by the car inspector at Minnick, who inspects all eastbound trains before they leave NS rails for Amtrak at CP-PERRY.
Sitting in the station at Cumberland, MD, a Western Maryland SD40 no 7471 posses for many photographers at a Lerro Productions photo shoot. Thanks to all who is involved to make this shot possible... (more)
R402 heads east at Muirkirk on CSX's Capital Subdivision on a June evening in 1996. US Route 1 runs parallel to the railroad at this point.
The empty Rockrunner heads west, bound for Hanover, PA through Baltimore (near Mt. Winans) on the former Western Maryland Dutch Line. In the background the train is crossing under CSX's Captial S... (more)
Situated between two mainlines of the former Baltimore and Ohio RR stands the 1873 B&O Station at Point of Rocks, MD designed by E Francis Baldwin. The scene was captured in January 2013 and lit b... (more)
Lerro Productions held a night photo secession featuring among several locomotives Western Maryland Scenic's 2-8-0 with Viscose Company #6 and Flagg Coal #75.
Yard Master takes time out to talk to a local and his boy who were watching the crew of Western Maryland 2-8-0 # 734 finish their switching. This action made Possible by Pete Lerro during a night... (more)
734 Comes charging out of the Brush Tunnel making its way towards Frostburg.
After uncoupling from its passenger consist at the Frostburg Station, WMSR 2-8-0 No. 734 utilizes the turntable before returning to Cumberland with the 25th anniversary passenger consist in tow.
Upgrade through the beginning of Helmsetters Curve, WMSR 2-8-0 No. 734 leads the 25th anniversary Saturday afternoon train up the mountain toward Frostburg from Cumberland. Despite poor weather, t... (more)
Operating as a distributed power unit, the Reading heritage unit brings up the rear of empty oil train 65R, as it returns west to the oil fields of North Dakota.
The Rockrunner shoves his loads into the Millville Quarry facility in Bladensburg, MD
Coasting past the former Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Color Position Lights (CPL), through a thin layer of fog, one of CSX's new "boxcar" ES44s leads an intermodal train through Mexico Famrs, MD.