Almost forgotten Western Maryland BL2 #7172 (nee-#82) sits behind the South Branch Valley shops in the weeds awaiting it's fate in 1993. Luckily this unit has been saved and now runs as it's orig... (more)
South Branch Valley GP9 #6600 sits outside the company shops in 1993. It would be 15 years before I'd see 6600 again, but the next time it was in beautiful B&O Blue and Grey.
6240 sits outside the shops.
6240 leads it's train through the farm fiel;d of West Virginia towards Petersburg
Railfan excursion glides past the scenic WV countryside. This F7 was built in 1952 for the Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad.
Potomac Eagle Railfan excursion heads back north towards Romeny WV with the C&O F7A leading.
A "unit train" of speeders cautiously cross Route 55 while running north on the South Branch Valley RR.
Although the sign says "Welcome to Moorefield", this train is departing town, returning to the train show in Petersburg.
Ex-C&O, now South Branch Valley 6135 sitting near the SBVR engine house.
Crossing Sycamore Creek north of Moorefield
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
Potomac Eagle Excursion Train Heads into Moorefield, on her way to Petersburg.
The Beautifully Restored C&O unit, exemplifies this EMD Classic
Beautifully restored, Potomac Eagle F unit 8016 transtitions from "pusher" power to head end power, for the return to Romney
Potomac Eagle F units 722 nears the end of it excursion through the "trough", with the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museaum Special in tow.