The empty Rock Runner passes two Frederick County area Fire Departments staging for a river rescue on the Potomac River.
The Rock Runner with 6 axle power heads down the Shenandoah Sub past historic Harpers Ferry and St. Peters church.
After taking a short break before arriving to Maryland Heights, the Rock Runner heads off the Shenandoah Sub at Harpers Ferry in the very first light of the day.
The Rock Runner rolls across the famous wooden trestle in downtown Historic Harpers Ferry. High above on the hill sits Saint Peters Roman Catholic church.
One of my neighbors from up the street is at the throttle of the empty rock runner, easing the train out of the Harpers Ferry Tunnel and onto the 1893 Penncoyd thru-truss bridge during the run to ... (more)
As seen through the ruins of St. John's Episcopal Church high above Harpers Ferry, the "Rock Runner" is crossing the Shenandoah River on a cloudy November afternoon. Thanks to the fellow RP.net co... (more)
Creeping along the tree lined banks of the Shenandoah River, the rock runner heads south back towards the quarry.
Heading through historic Harpers Ferry, CSX 6156 leads a string of empty cars to a nearby quarry.
It's 07:35 and the full moon is still up in the sky as the "Rock Runner" heads east.
Bound for Bladensburg, Maryland, the morning Rock Runner passes Bull Falls on the Shenandoah River.
The empty Rock Runner runs through the "ICE Cavern" towards Millville, WV, as freezing rain coats the dormant trees on Virginus Island. The Approach signal replaced a B&O signal (located 1/2 mile ... (more)
A crew van from Brunswick Terminal waits as the Q751 crew parks there power.
The engineer prepairs for a reverse move to store the stone cars on the "hill".
The conductor counts cars as the Runner of the Rock drops downgrade towards the quarry.
The Runner of the Rock enters the Shenandoah Sub at Harpers Ferry on the return trip to Millville Quarry with a string of empty Aggregate Hoppers