The "Last Western Maryland Locomotive," spotted from an open-window coach while riding behind the PM 1225 during the 1991 NRHS Convention. No. 6573 was built in August, 1971 as the WM N... (more)
"The Last Western Maryland Locomotive" is appropriately stenciled on the side to the left of the cab number, 14 years after the demise of the WM. No. 6573 was built in August, 1971 as t... (more)
Trailer train R138, with its customary reefers on the head end, throttles back up to track speed after passing the Garrett Depot. At the time of this photo the #6573 was the last active unit on t... (more)
It's August 1991 and in Huntington West Virginia all railfains eyes were on Nickel Plate 765 and Pere Marquette 1225 during the NRHS convention being held there. Although the skies were cloudy and... (more)
CSXT 6573, still in Western Maryland paint, leads a westbound out of Falls Cut Tunnel in the last light of the day.
The last CSX engine to wear Western Maryland paint makes an appearance on home rails in Hagerstown. Unfortunately, the WM nose lettering is missing, replaced by a fireball logo.
The last Western Maryland engine on CSX visits Cumberland for its 90 day inspection. Thanks to a gent from the UK who saw this photo, I am now the proud owner of a numberboard from this historic ... (more)
This was the last Western Maryland painted unit,and was sought out by many photographers