In later years the Western Maryland's pair of EMD BL2s were assigned to yard jobs at Hagerstown, MD, paired with homemade slugs for extra tractive effort. WM 82, seen working here on a winter day ... (more)
Western Maryland EMD BL2 No. 82 runs long hood forward with the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Cheat Mountain Salamander. The train is enroute to Elkins from Spruce after hauling passengers... (more)
Western Maryland EMD BL2 No. 82 poses with Cass Scenic Railroad Shay No. 4 during a photo event at the Cass Scenic Railroad on April 28, 2017.
A freshly painted fireball! The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Western Maryland BL2 idles at the Cass water tank during its public unveiling with WM's fireball scheme. The locomotive... (more)
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Cheat Mountain Salamander (left) meets the Cass Scenic Railroad's Bald Knob excursion at Spruce on Sept. 24, 2017.
An early fall in the West Virginia hills... Fall colors are ahead of schedule this season as the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's Cheat Mountain Salamander climbs through the Appalachi... (more)
Say hello to the newest restoration from the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad. Crews worked diligently this week and especially today to unveil Western Maryland EMD BL2 No. 82 in its new Wester... (more)
Leading the Cheat Mountain Salamander consist, Western Maryland EMD BL2 No. 82 idles at the former town site of Spruce during the DGVR's annual Great Train Race celebration. This is one of ... (more)
It may be a staged night shot from 2007, but it's still a live WM BL2 rumbling away on a glorious fall night at a classic WM location.
Slithering through the tight curvature of the former Western Maryland, Durbin & Greenbrier Valley BL2 No. 82 double heads with the railroad's C&O F7(A) No. 7094 in a photo freight at High Falls.
Deadhead move from the yard in Belington down to the depot in Elkins as a misty rain falls.
Eastbound in the vast, unspoiled wilderness of West Virginia along Shavers Fork. Scenes like this are only accessible by rail. Today's adventure thanks to Chase Gunnoe and the entire team at DGV... (more)