The B249 helper on the rear of Q139 passes under the old Western Maryland Railway trestle now a bike trail at Keystone MP 213 ... The helper continues west a short distance farther to Yoder ...bef... (more)
Eastbound Q226 grinds upgrade through Keystone as it approaches the west portal of Sand Patch tunnel.
CSXT 7628 and another C40-8 lead a loaded autorack train under the former Western Maryland Railway's Keystone Viaduct near Keystone, PA on a clean January day in 2008.
A set of Connellsville helpers with the "link" runs Westbound lite back to home to shove the next heavy Eastbounder.
CSX has quite the helper set lashups on the Keystone Sub consisting of this set plus a set of D8-40C's with the "link" to cut on the fly, plus a pair consisting of a GEVO and SD40-2 and a few more... (more)
Westbound B059-15 shoves his train under the massive Wester Maryland Bridge. This bridge once carried the WM main line, between Cumberland and Connellsville, over the B&O. Canon EOS 50D
This westbound ethanol train is dwarfed by the massive Western Maryland Bridge which once carried the WM main line across the former B&O. Canon EOS 50D
The headlight of a lone SD70MAC illuminates the former Western Maryland Railway Keystone Viaduct. Completed in 1913, the Connellsville Extension of the WM was mostly abandonned in May 1976 after C... (more)
CSXT 271 and an ES44AC leads a loaded coal train southbound under the Keystone Viaduct towards Sand Patch and Cumberland, MD.
From one railroad to the next in the same day. This night finds us at Keystone under a star lit sky, howling cold winds as noted by the trees all blurred and 84 Eastbound racks with a one unit won... (more)
Eastbound Q296 passes under the abandoned WM Keystone Viaduct.
Train Q352 runs east through Keystone on the west slope of Sand Patch Grade.
Eastbound S384 climbs the West Slope of Sand Patch Grade with one engine for each of the historic line's owners - Chessie, B&O and CSX.
The Capitol Limited passes under Western Maryland's Keystone Viaduct.
Q388 waits for its conductor to walk the train.