"B&O 722" is crossing the South Branch Potomac River during the blue hour, very themed with the train colors.
CSXT 9994. At least that's what it COULD have been. Former CRR 800 spent years being repainted and renumbered to become the first CSXT 116 and with another cab unit & a B-unit, were the original... (more)
Before CSXT had their own tribute to the B&O, there was this. Ex-B&LE 722A now dressed the part as "B&O 722". This was part of a fantastic charter organized by Chase Gunnoe along the l... (more)
Night shoot during the WV Rails event in 2010. Still can't decide if its rostered as PEX, PESX or SBVR. Looking closer, I am seeing a real photo op with the CSXT OCS should it ever be in the car... (more)
Rainy Day Movement. On a Lerro Photography photo charter, the Potomac Eagle's F9 crosses a trestle during a fairly strong downpour and some low hanging clouds.
Low Ceiling. The Potomac Eagle's F9 stages a shot at this farm under some low hanging fog and clouds and on an intermittently rainy day. Shot on a Lerro Photography charter.
Workers at the South Branch Valley Railroad diesel shop work on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad 8250. Since their engine was down for repairs, the South Branch Valley sent their Chessie B&O 6240... (more)
After a brief pause just outside the town of Romney, the 47 loads of grain get under way, crossing over Route 50 just west of town. The GP9 and GP38-3 are in notch 8 as they work to get the train ... (more)
The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway making a northbound run towards its terminus of Romney, West Virginia.
The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway making its way through the farmland of Moorefield, West Virginia.
Potomac Eagle 6793 makes a photo runby along the South Branch of the Potomac River during a Potomac Eagle Photo Special.
The Potomac Eagle's F7A #722 leads our train back towards Romney along the South Branch Potomac River on 6/4/2016. The ride through the trough was gorgeous.
Potomac Eagle's "Baltimore & Ohio 722" pulls south past the only house at the location known as "Wickham" along the South Branch of the Potomac River. The narrow valley is know... (more)
With an exclusive 30-person charter, Baltimore & Ohio F7(A) No. 722 toured much of the South Branch Valley Railroad in mid April with photo stops at scenic locations along the Potomac Eagle Scenic... (more)