CSX 347 and her sister lean hard against this eastbound coal drag, on its way to Terra Alta and Cumberland.
WMSRR 501, a former Reading Unit, hibernates in the Ridgeley Yard, pondering what life will be like next season....sharing her ROW, with a rail-trail.
Q317 heads West across the Cumberland Viaduct, photo was taken from the roof of the former "Old German Brewery"
MMID 300 and her sisters begin their return to Union Bridge,light, after dropping empties at the LS&E Quarry, on this gray November day.
One of four "new" units for the Maryland Midland, you could still smell the fresh paint
Proving that Weeds will grow anywhere, the Cumberland Viaduct could benefit from a good dose of " Round-up" . as this empty hopper train, heads for 17 mile grade, and on to Grafton, WV
A well worn SD50 # 8531, acts as the Head-end helper on this Heavy freight, bound for Sandpatch
C&O 8016, nee CSX 116, nee Seaboard 116, nee Clinchfield 800, Crosses the cattleguards North of Moorefield, on one of the only " Open Range" railroads left in the US
View from the cab of F-unit C&O 8016, Just before crossing Sycamore Bridge, and entering the Trough
Potomac Eagle Excursion Train Heads into Moorefield, on her way to Petersburg.
This unit train eases past the signal at Virginia Lane, headed for a crew change at the Cumberland shop area.
The Q226 helper set completes its task, as they split the signals West of Sandpatch interlocking.
Eng. 8591 give a shove to the Q375, Running west on the #2 track.
Eng. 7682 has uncoupled from the Q375 after giving it a "tug" over Sandpatch, and will now back down and re-couple to her train (Q148)
Q137's Power is thru Sandpatch Tunnel and begins the decent toward Keystone.