“Lonely Survivor”The Western Maryland Railway freight station in York, shown here on April 21, 1984, was built in 1896 for WM precursor Baltimore & Harrisburg Railway Company. The J... (more)
Fall foliage brightens up a sad sight as Western Maryland 303 slowly rusts away at the Georges Creek Railroad facility in Barton, Maryland.
This beautiful 4-8-4, number 1403, was built in January 1947 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Eddystone, Pennsylvania, for the Western Maryland Railroad. According to the specifications listed o... (more)
Nice little collection of paint jobs here. Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
I gotta say, for a unit to have gone so long without TLC it would be hard to ask for a better looking result after many years. I would almost take this compared to "whiskers" brand new.... (more)
Theatrical Exit. Viewed through the 1309's exhaust leaving the tunnel, this nicely restored Western Maryland caboose brings up the rear of a Lerro Photography charter run by.
7436 was one of the side bonuses on last February's TRAINS charter....and I am told it hasn't turned a revenue wheel since, having broken down with computer issues on the charter. The other unit,... (more)
Undoubtedly the most well-known spot on the old Ann Arbor heading north out of Owosso, Carland Elevator stands tall as Western Maryland 7471 rolled past heading back south.
Ex Western Maryland SD40 currently owned by PNLX sits on the Western Maryland Scenic/CSX interchange track waiting pickup by CSX to begin its journey to Michigan.
PNLX (Dressed as WM #7471) rests next to the Frostburg depot and #1309 on the second day of the Trains Magazine photo charter.
Now classified as an SD38P, this authentic WM SD35 is on the east end of a TRAINS magazine photo charter shuttling people between locations.
Welcome Back 1309. Morning runs today feature sunlight and a lower angle...no hill hike til later.
Welcome Back 1309, indeed. This is the site of the "#9 Slide" that put the railroad out of connection with Frostburg in 2016, but opened up a tree tunnel for photos once repaired. I sp... (more)
The repainted #501 (ex-CR/PC/PRR #2249) sits with ex-CDAC #450 (nee-AMTK #380) supplying air for the passenger train.
Original WM 7471 sits at the depot with the passenger consist of the TRAINS Magazine photo charter. The fire department is on hand to supply water for #1309.