Due to some kind of overnight fiasco on the Sand Patch grade, everything was delayed on this day getting east out of Cumberland. Here the usually early morning Chambersburg stack train is seen pa... (more)
On this 94 degree day in DC, I fondly recall driving west last winter and watching as the temperature indication in the car fell from 28 at home to 8 trackside in WV. As winds were calm, it was ... (more)
An increasingly rare sight to see an SD40-2 leading on the Cumberland Sub. Pictured here leading an empty auto rack train west.
Q416 passes the Sleepy Creek campground on the Cumberland Sub.
The westbound Capital Limited runs at speed along the Potomac River Valley west of Sleepy Creek.
After securing the last of the rail picked up for the day, D021 leaves the hamlet of Sleepy Creek bound for the small yard at Hancock.
As D021 works west picking up rail along #2 main, Baltimore bound Q398 passes eastbound on #1 main.
One 80MAC leads 80 empty coal cars west past the defect detector at Sleepy Creek. Thanks for the heads up TMRob!
Where are the cows? Where are the cows? Send in the cows! Not being hungry for whatever sort of feed is provided here, they have wandered over trackside behind the barn, although I doubt... (more)
An eastbound coal train at Sleepy Creek, West Virginia.
While scannerlessly trying to find GP60M led Q261, I stumbled upon this guy with an all GE consist.
Q416 rumbles through Sleepy Creek.
After making a set off in Hancock, Q296 barrels east.