Western Maryland BL2 # 82 and C&O F9A #7094 work towards High Falls. This is an original Western Maryland locomotive built in 1948. with the exception of the ditch lights and the reflective dashes... (more)
C&O F9A #7094 brings a strings of cars into Linan which was a large coal load out during the hay days of the Western Maryland. Special thanks to Chase Gunnoe and his staff for putting off another... (more)
Former CP 4071, sister to the "star" of "Silver Streak" (4070).
Another great Photo Charter by Chase Gunnoe on the Durbin and Greenbrier RR. Here number 82 poses in front of the Western Maryland station which was built in 1908. This is an original Western M... (more)
It is hard to believe this was 25 years ago today, but here is the annual New River Train blasting through the fog at track speed eastbound at the east end of Barboursville on October 14, 1989. M... (more)
A gleam sunshine pops out of the clouds as a westbound freight crosses the river at Harpers Ferry
A set of light engines knocks down the clear indication at Ingleside, WV on a cool fall night.
Two Union Pacific SD70Ms on the point of train 23Q blend in with the fall peak foliage in Twin Branch, WV as the train splits the signals at Mary Town.
NS 17M starts downgrade at the west end of the Elkhorn Tunnel with 10 engines and 18 cars in the consist.
Loaded coal train 758 works upgrade at Farm, passing the historic Norfolk & Western coaling tower just to the west of Welch.
Near Linan mine, Chesapeake & Ohio freight scheme painted F7(A) No. 7094 leads a southbound freight along the Shavers Fork of the Cheat River towards Spruce from Elkins. Despite torrential rain an... (more)
NS helper set J53 slides down the Elkhorn Grade at Maybeury as clouds block out the morning sunshine. The train is headed to Wilmore to assist a 758 up the grade later.
J53 shoves hard on the rear of train 758, which is battling gravity up the Elkhorn Grade in Farm, WV.
Working hard up the Elkhorn Grade, NS train 234 ducks under the Norfolk & Western signal bridge at the east end of the CP at Maybeury as the leaves in southern West Virginia reach fall peak.