Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Crew Member takes car of cleaning the fire while waiting for the locomotive to be turned in Cumberland.
HDR of Western Maryland 734 on the Turntable.
I think She's Full. 734's tender has no more room for water so the sides of the tender get washed.
Slithering through the tight curvature of the former Western Maryland, Durbin & Greenbrier Valley BL2 No. 82 double heads with the railroad's C&O F7(A) No. 7094 in a photo freight at High Falls.
WM 2-8-0 734 On the finale grade into Frostburg. Shot this as an HDR to capture all the different shades and tones of the trees.
WM 2-8-0 734 charges up grade at Helmstetter's curve working hard with the fall passenger train. The locomotive sounded great as it made it's way west to Frostburg MD
Big 6 is assaulting the final grade into Whittaker Station through the rain, leaving a cascade of fall leaves in her wake.
WM 734 re numbered to WM 729 leads a fall trip on the scenic WM railroad. Towering steam thanks to the 729 Crew
With fall color at its peak, Western Maryland BL2 No. 82 leads a photo freight south across the Cheat River at Milepost 77 Bridge, enroute towards Spruce from Elkins.
Western Maryland 6, leading a triple header, puts on a show for photographers on a foggy and overcast spring morning in West Virginia.
A Western Maryland Geep leads a recently renumbered C&O Geep on a westbound freight out of Barr Yard. The C&O unit was previously leased to the Chicago, South Shore, and South Bend and sported it... (more)
The "Big 6" takes on water at the base of the mountain in Cass, WV.
You *can* pan a Shay. Western Maryland 6 steams by the photographers at Spruce doing a whopping 10 mph.