A close up of Sand Patch Tower's model board.
Amtrak's eastbound Capitol Limited rounds the scenic curve at MP 199 as it descends the East Slope of Sand Patch Grade.
A Chessie "Kitten" GP40 shoves eastbound Q136 up the West Slope of Sand Patch Grade.
A pair of "Kittens" lead westbound R217 up the East Slope of Sand Patch Grade, just east of Mance.
A pair of SD40-2's grind uphill through Glencoe with a Chicago bound frieght.
Although this spectacular angle is relatively easy to get too, I have seen only a few photos from on top the of the ex-WM Salisbury Viaduct.
Well you can tell that spring is upon us just by looking up and down the railroad from Ellerslie to Fairhope to Glencoe and even Mance curve. Fresh new ties and in places new ballast, await placem... (more)
Western Maryland's Keystone viaduct dwarfs a pair of SD50-2's shoving Powder River coal train U839 up the west slope of Sand Patch.
One of the Cumberland helpers shoves Toledo bound rack train Q249 into the horseshoe curve at Mance on a clear fall morning.
An extra 388 swings out of the horseshoe curve at Mance on its morning trip over Sand Patch.
Former Conrail 6169 leads pig train Q130 into the Cumberland Terminal on a foggy morning.
A Furbie and a bluebird lead Q375 through the green fields surrounding the horseshoe curve at Mance on a hazy summer afternoon.
A pair of SD50 helpers lead eastbound Q368 up the grade near Glade City as they roll under the old Western Maryland keystone viaduct.
A heavy eastbound Q368, with a helper up front and an interesting consist, sneaks out of the shadows and into the late day sun at Glade City, PA.