Various motive power sits outside the Cumberland shops
Some of the motive power located in Cumberland. A former Chessie System caboose, still wearing it's Chessie scheme, sits among the locomotives.
Finding a caboose on a class one still wearing it's predecessor's scheme is a hard find, as evident by this former Chessie System caboose.
We're looking out from an open-window coach, as the 614 makes a hard left at Viaduct Junction. It was a rocket-ride up the Potomac Valley that day.
“Squeeze Play”Viewed from "Lover's Leap", CSX R217 (Philadelphia-New Boston, MI auto racks) is westbound through the Cumberland Narrows, just west of Cumberland, MD. Between Haystack Mo... (more)
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad GP30 #501 is leading an excursion down the grade into Cumberland over the Route 40 overpass bridge. To the left are some visitors from near Portland Oregon who... (more)
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad 734 poses, after a long day of storming the the line to the delight of photographers, at the former Western Maryland Depot in Cumberland. This was one of the engin... (more)
A loaded csx autorack heads west out of Cumberland, MD with plenty of power on the head end and one single pusher on the rear to get the train over Sand Patch. The hi-rail kept pace with them the ... (more)
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad 501, prior to it's recent scheme change, is pictured with the 7436 (EMD SD35) at the station in Cumberland.
Veteran 7710 and another unit shuffle around the east end of CSX's Cumberland yard.
Waiting it's turn to enter the Cumberland yard, a loaded coal train waits down below the high hillsides of the Narrows.
Various power rests outside the Cumberland shop
A loaded autorack swings around the bend after passing through the Narrows and enters Cumberland on a beautiful winter day.
Eastbound Capitol Limited at Mexico Farms
A CIT Group/Capital Finance lease unit leads an eastbound freight into Cumberland, MD.