It was always fun chasing the WLE when they would run the ore trains to Baltimore via the old B&O route. Pictured here westbound with tunnel motors 5413 and 5391 in trail.
WLE 6351 leads an empty ore train out of Brunswick Yard running opposite main on track 2. Behind the leader are two DRGW tunnel motors 5413 and 5391.
WLE 6351 leads an empty ore train over the Potomac River out of Harpers Ferry tunnel. Behind the leader are two DRGW tunnel motors 5413 and 5391.
Following along the Potomac River and the historic C&O Canal, K301 rolls east with a load of coke for Baltimore while Q416 works its way west towards Cumberland. In the distance is the world famou... (more)
The scenery has changed dramatically in Homestead over the past 20 years. The town transformed from a steel town to a ghost town to a major retail center. The area behind K301 was once a rolling... (more)
Westbound coke train K301 rolls under the P&LE signal bridge at CP-10Y.
A westbound empty coke train for the W&LE exits Graham Tunnel and crosses the Potomac River on the B&O's Magnolia Cutoff.
Coke train K301 passes under the P&LE signals at CP-11Y as it heads west past US Steel's Edgar Thomson Plant.
Freshly produced coke from the Mon Valley rolls west, destined for Inland Steel if the 3rd and 4th cars are any indication.
K301 ducks under the elegant span of the 10th St. Bridge.