A Roger Puta photograph
Blasting up grade, WMSR 734 passes under the signal bridge at Mt. Savage interlocking. A restored Western Maryland signal had just been returned to the bridge.
WM 734 is pulling into the station at Frostburg, MD on a beautiful fall day.
A Roger Puta photograph.
Since 1988, a 16 mile long segment of the old Western Maryland mainline has been used as a tourist railroad, known as the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. In this scene, a re-created "extra&... (more)
Leading the southbound Orange Blossom Special, an RF&P GP40-2 crosses one of eight masonry arches that make up the B&O’s historic Thomas Viaduct.
A crowd gathers to watch as WM 734 inches onto the Frostburg turntable. In about two hours she will head back to Cumberland. After this season 734 will be going in for a major overhaul.
Two young ladies are enjoying the warm October sun as they watch as WM 734 pulls into the Frostburg station
The "Vermonter" heading north
The flagman is about to detrainand flag the crossing as WM 501 approached the public crossing at the Cumberland Station