Eastbound Trailer Train Q136 reflects in the beautiful waters of the Youghiogheny River as it crosses from Port Vue into Versailles. This bridge was built in the late 1960's when the B&O expanded... (more)
Four EMD's lead eastbound Q386 near the "Yough Slope" signal in West Newton.
After hitting a bus in West Newton, S249's damaged power was placed on the siding at MK Tower in Versailles. There was minor damage to the front of the CSXT 7800 but extensive damage to the oppos... (more)
During the 90's, sulfur train K868 regularly ran over CSX with Soo power. It is seen here crossing the Youghioghey River behind Soo SD40-2 753 and a pair of MK Rebuilt SD45's.
The sun makes a brief appearance as the eastbound Capitol Limites rolls thru Versailles with some storm light on the hoizon.
A pair of Dash 8's glide down grade with a string of racks as the last light of the day fades from the Casselman River valley.
Q139 rolls west near Maxwell east of Fairhope. Although calm most of the time, every couple of years Wills Creek goes on a rampage keeping the many retaining walls built by the B&O in this valley ... (more)
The name of the world famous summit is fading fast, as new changes are about to happen real soon and real fast. Sand Patch tunnel is part of the national gateway project to improve clearances ins... (more)
Q368 passes a worktrain on the siding at Sandpatch in steady rain showers
Birdseye view of a very popular railfan spot, the Narrows and the Bud Board.
B246 notches down on the end of Q375 as the entire train is over the summit and heading west down the hill.
Clay ROW's, roads and cliffs surround the area as Q277 heads up the hill in less than ideal weather.
Pinkerton and Shoo Fly Tunnels on the West Slope of Sand Patch Grade were once double track. The B&O single tracked them in the mid-60's to improve clearances. The change is clearly visible as a... (more)
Westbound train Q217 enters the single track on the west slope of Sand Patch Grade as it passes the long-gone B&O signals.