Westbound autoracks pass the B&O signals guarding the Cutoff. Sadly the signals no longer exist.
Westbound autoracks, Q261, negotiate the S curves and split the signals at Manilla amid fall foliage.
Five years ago GE narrow cabs were a lot easier to find! Westbound empty auto racks pass the remnants of a light snow and the short stump of what once started the branch to, yes, Georgetown... (more)
Q261 rounds the curve at Mance to a large group of railfans enjoying the nice weather and emerging Fall colors.
Q261-21 @ Foley overlook
Racks roar up the hill at the Foley.
Q261-19 westbound @ FO on the CSX Keystone Sub MP 199.4
A GEVO leads Q26104 out of the west portal of Randolph Tunnel on the Magnolia Cutoff.
The annual Shenandoah Junction Christmas Party is in full swing. The Roadmen pose in front of an empty autorack heading west as other fans snap photos. This year's party was dedicated to "Mayor Ro... (more)
Q261 exits Graham Tunnel
Q261 exits Graham Tunnel crossing the Potomac River at Kessler
A pair of Dash 8's glide down grade with a string of racks as the last light of the day fades from the Casselman River valley.
Westbound Q261 pops out of Harpers Ferry Tunnel just before sunset.
Passengers waiting for the westbound Capital Limited at Historic Harpers Ferry Station catch a nice cooling breeze from the passing of Auto Rack train Q261.
An elderly GP38-2 leads rack train Q261 into historic Harpers Ferry.