A photo train headed up by "WM 243" (ex-CP) is near Spruce, WV, during Railfan Weekend 2015.
"Big Six" poses at the Cass water tower during Railfan Weekend 2015, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association.
Skirting the Tygart River, a B&O coal train passes the famed Phillipi covered bridge. The pre-civil war structure is the longest covered bridge in West Virginia. As a "double-barrel" two-lane brid... (more)
The helper on a loaded coal train from Century, a Western Maryland GP40, assists the train over calm waters of the Buckhannon River.
Night photo session sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association at the Cass Scenic Railroad.
Running around its special evening Wine train, Western Maryland F7 No. 67 and Western Maryland BL2 No. 82 ease into the siding in-between thunderstorms at High Falls of the Cheat. This is remote A... (more)
"FAST FREIGHT LINE"
The Western Maryland Railway heard from the mid 1930's until the 1960's. This one is proudly displayed on WM caboose 1859 at the Hagerstown Roundhouse Mus... (more)
Chris Brang is sporting an old-school set of safety glasses during a night photo session sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association at the Cass Scenic Railroad.
MSR&LHA held it's 2015 Railfan Weekend May 15 through 17 at Cass Scenic RR State Park in Cass WV and over the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad.
No. 734 pulls into the station at Cumberland after another successful trip to Frostburg. The big 2-8-0 is running out its last miles in 2015 before a major overhaul is required.
No. 734 steams out of the yard at Ridgeley, West Virginia, with the Western Maryland Scenic excursion consist. It will soon cross the river into Cumberland, Maryland, where the WMSR depot is loca... (more)
No. 734 rolls downgrade around famous Helmstetter's Curve on the return trip to Cumberland.