More rain moves into the area as an eastbound train makes it under the B&O signals at Orleans Road
With a rainbow consist, westbound CSX Q397 was west of Orleans Road, WV on Oct. 15, 1987, led by recently painted GP40-2 No. 6638.
Westbound CSX Q139 was rounding the curve at Orleans Road, WV on May 4, 2002, led by SD60I No. 8751, still adorned in Conrail paint. Equipped with Automatic Train Control that was compatible with... (more)
A westbound B&O manifest rounds the curve just east of Orleans Road, WV on October 19, 1980, led by GP40 No. 3691.
It is the dog days of summer and on June 26, 1976, B&O cleans up yet another derailment in the interlocking at Orleans Road, WV. On the Cumberland Subdivision, derailments seemed to occur all too... (more)
An eastbound B&O coal drags takes a short break at Orleans Road, WV on October 19, 1980 with GP40 No. 3705 in the lead. MofW forces were busy behind the photographer restoring Orleans Road interl... (more)
As CPLs are removed from many locations across the former B&O, the Cumberland Subdivision still hosts a large concentration of them....for at least a little while longer.
Westbound CSX train L217 passing the eastward CPL signal at Orleans Road, WV.
Eastbound CSX Q411 passes a pink Dogwood as it exits a curve east of Orleans Road, WV.
E732 splits the B&O signals.
A rare visitor to the Cumberland sub leads empty ore cars west.
A westbound auto rack train passes Orleans Road, WV on a Sunday morning - in the land of the CPLs.
After the Potomac valley fog has lifted, a westbound manifest comes through Orleans Road on a late October morning.
Late afternoon light on the first day of July makes it possible to shoot this eastbound coal train at the Orleans Road signal bridge.