In the early 1980’s, M&K Junction near Rowlesburg, West Virginia was a stronghold for Chessie SD35’s running out some of their later days in helper service. Here one from t... (more)
A 1981 visit to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore yielded this group of locomotives, representing four distinct types of mid-century mainline motive power mau... (more)
Set of power WM facility Hagerstown
The newest addition to the Cass Scenic Railroad roster was Western Maryland 6, which had recently been liberated from the B&O museum in Baltimore. Heisler 6 and Shays 3 and 4 joined WM 6 in positi... (more)
Western Maryland Shay 6 and Cass Scenic Railroad Shay 3 get serviced at Cass as Heisler 6 simmers on an engine house lead.
An old Semaphore signal and arm still stand on the former Gettysburg and Hanover RR Station in downtown Gettysburg.
A pair of Western Maryland SD40s shove against the caboose of a Chessie System freight as the sun drops, during rush hour in suburban DC.
The Western Maryland purchased two EMD BL2’s in 1948, and placed them in road service, where they remained for twenty years. In 1968, they were permanently assigned to yard service in Hagerstown, ... (more)
734 blast out of Brush tunnel during the final photo freight of her 22 year run at the WMSR
734 does the final switching move of the day in Cumberland MD during the final photo freight by J Goodrich
"ON THE LOOKOUT"
Conductor Brang hangs out the rear platform of Caboose 1813
Western Maryland 734 and crew including Rosie the Riviter pose after the April 2nd Photo Special