Western Maryland Scenic Railroad's 1309 enters Cumberland Station under her own power for the first time ever. This event turned a new chapter in a storied history of the WMSR.
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad's C&O2-6-6-2 H-6 Class #1309 rounds the curve at Bone Cave with hoppers and a caboose in tow towards Helmstetter's Curve.
In January, the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad announced the acquisition of the Georges Creek Railway, a 12-mile line spanning from Borden Shaft, MD to Westernport, MD for freight and passenger ... (more)
Light power likely a pusher set bound for the Lynchburg branch
Light power likely a pusher set departs Bluefield bound for the Lynchburg branch
Crewed pushers help shove a coal train into the yard as a heavy snowfall continues. Note another pusher set waiting.
A loaded coal train comes into Bluefield one of NS's rare black numberboard ES44's leading as the snow comes down. This view is from Depot Street.
A loaded coal train comes into Bluefield one of NS's rare black numberboard ES44's leading as the snow comes down. Inside of an hour we saw 6 train movements caught 3 of them.
We made a stop on our way back to Florida in Bluefield to wait out some of the snow such is this train was doing. The area was quite busy with 6 movements inside of an hour.
It's a cold 8 degrees as an NS westbound rumbles past the historic Olmsted Falls depot.
A CSX manifest rolls through busy and very cold Berea Ohio, an NS train can be seen in the distance. Air temp was close to 8F.
A rebuild leads an NS westbound into the sunset
Loram Rail Grinder doing work on the CSX Main in Clyde, NY
Azumas await at Kings Cross
A 225 set has arrived at Kings Cross London. These sets once ruled the ECML now are limited to services to Leeds and sometimes York from London.