WM 734 pauses eastbound to check a hot brake on a car.
WM 734 leads westbound at bridge #2
The last stand of 734 on the Western Maryland Scenic.
Western Maryland 734 waits for clearance into the yard at Ridgeley WV at the Cumberland Depot after returning with the Cumberland & Pennsylvania local.
WMSR 734 heads eastbound with engineer Kevin Rice at the throttle.
Q370 pulls down onto the main for headroom, passing by the soon to be replaced B&O CPL signal at Mexico.
The Western Maryland helper is standing at Ridgely yard across from Cumberland, MD. I shot the F7s during a two-day fan trip that covered the entire WM behind NKP 2-8-4 759
One of the "ugly duckling" Geeps chop-nosed by the Western Maryland's Hagerstown Shops awaits its fate. The unit was built by EMD in February, 1955 as WM Class DS-24 No. 30.
"Our Greatest Asset Is People," as noted at the bottom of the unique old Chessie Shops sign in Cumberland.
Lease unit switching at Mexico Junction
Western Maryland 734 disguised as WM 729 leads a freight west.
Crew enjoys a nice summer day on the way to Frostburg.
A cab ride in 734 is great..but the ride in 501 offers a wonderful view of the 15.6 mile ride up the hill from Cumberland!
As a yard crew drills Cumberland yard with a new GE ET44AH, a westbound autorack train knocks down the signal at Mexico. A signal crew was getting a crane ready to hoist the new signals onto the ... (more)
As Q640 exits the yard for the Keystone Sub, the eastbound Capitol Limited comes into the station in Cumberland.
Here is 734 showing a nice patina after a few months of excursion work, running "light" with a caboose on an engineer training run.