Former B&0 6240 sits quietly at the yard of the South Branch Valley Railroad on the outskirts of Moorefield, WV. A lone GE center cab switcher can also be seen
The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway making a northbound run towards its terminus of Romney, West Virginia.
The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway making its way through the farmland of Moorefield, West Virginia.
Showing its Baltimore & Ohio heritage, South Branch Valley S4 17 stands outside the engine house in Moorefield, West Virginia. Inside the house, a sister Alco has been fully rebranded.
The South Branch Valley switches the Pilgrims Pride feed mill in Moorefield, West Virginia.
With a beautiful mountain vista in the background, SBVR 6604 rounds the curve into East Moorefield on its way to Petersburg.
Potomac Eagle 6793 makes a photo runby along the South Branch of the Potomac River during a Potomac Eagle Photo Special.
A pair of CSX F-units make at photo runby for a Potomac Eagle excursion. The train is crossing the South Branch of the Potomac River near Moorefield, WV.
A South Branch Valley work train rolls across Jefferson Street in Moorefield, West Virginia. Thirty-five years later, the tracks and the utility pole are the only items in this photo that still re... (more)
The South Branch Valley’s Industrial Brownhoist crane is seen on a siding in Moorefield, West Virginia. The ultra-heavy frame and lack of knuckle couplers strongly suggest that the wrecker came fr... (more)
Four elderly geeps bracket an 11 car train headed for Green Spring.
Potomac Eagle's "Baltimore & Ohio 722" pulls south past the only house at the location known as "Wickham" along the South Branch of the Potomac River. The narrow valley is know... (more)
Leading a mixed freight toward Moorefield from Romney, Chessie painted B&O EMD GP9 No. 6240 glides across the Potomac Valley farmlands during a Spring 2015 photo charter.
Chessie 6240 Leads a Chase Gunnoe photo charter through the fresh green foliage charging uphill with it's train