Western Maryland 7436 and 7471 sit in Westernport Maryland on a clear summer evening.
One of the excursions that was part of the 1979 NRHS convention was a farewell to the Western Maryland F-units. The round-trip from Washington, DC – Martinsburg, WV is seen on the Baltimore & Oh... (more)
Returned to Chessie by the Gettysburg railway after GETY acquired its own power, Western Maryland RS3’s 189, 186, and 198 have been set aside at the B&O shops in Cumberland, Maryland.
Just another day back in the day. My slide says Hagerstown but somehow it makes me thing Connellsville.
Former C&O GP9 with quicky WM re-stencil resting at Decoursey Yard. This unit is still cranking out the miles as RVSC 4103.
Durbin & Greenbrier Valley's "Cheat Mountain Salamander" makes a brief station stop at Cheat Bridge while a much appreciated break in the clouds affords a sunlit shot. Meanwhile at Durbi... (more)
Western Maryland EMD BL2 No. 82 runs long hood forward with the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Cheat Mountain Salamander. The train is enroute to Elkins from Spruce after hauling passengers... (more)
The Western Maryland Spring Grove switcher passes the freight house as it drills the P.H. Glatfelter paper mill in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. Anybody who has been to a paper mill town knows the o... (more)
An original Western Maryland BL2 # 82 runs around Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Cheat Mountain Salamander at Spruce before returning to Elkins.
A Western Maryland red/white F7 No.241 a few cars and a matching caboose moving through Hagerstown, Maryland WM yard . Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed.
A westbound Western Maryland local storms up the grade at Charmian, Pennsylvania, en route to Hagerstown. The train is on the “Dutch line”, and the two GP9’s will continue to work hard until... (more)
WM 237, 402, and 302 were F7A, F7B, and FA2.
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
Purchased originally by Western Maryland as WM 75 in 1943 more than 70 years later and wearing a fresh WM dress the 75 is hauling passengers in Michigan on the Southern Michigan Railroad.
Basking in the afternoon sun along the Potomac River Valley in Luke, a fully restored GP9 displaying her Western Maryland heritage sets tied down on the head end of a cut of cars.