After a rather quiet morning and early afternoon, with no trains for over six hours, this westbound autorack train finally broke the lull, seen passing some nice fall color at Mance.
Lugging up the grade at about 20MPH, a pair of YN2 C40-8s lead a manifest through the horseshoe curve at Mance, seen from a top a pile of rocks adjacent to the post office.
A pair of older EMDs lug a heavy autorack train up the grade toward Sandpatch seen from the crossing at Glade City road on a gorgeous fall afternoon.
A Westbound manifest winds around the big curve at Foley.
Maize in Mance
The unmistakeable landmarks of Southern PA stand tall as Q358 with helper ahead grinds it's way up the grueling grade of Sand Patch.
Gliding down the mountain and return home again are the Western Maryland 7436 (SD35) and 7471 (SD40). These beautiful engines, fully restored will be in service on the Georges Creek Railroad. Enro... (more)
A slug-set leads eastbound Q378 to the top of the west slope of Sand Patch Grade.
Eastbound Amtrak Capitol Limited approaches Cumberland on a foggy morning.
Eastbound Amtrak Capitol Limited
The Blizzard of 1994 dumped nearly 30 inches of snow in western Pennsylvania. The storm had just started when westbound R397 outlawed at Center Street in Versailles. The train sat there for almo... (more)
Q641 blasts through a frozen Mance with the snow flying and wind howling.
A pair of units, lead by Helm 8169, brings a short train under route 219 just west of Meyersdale on a very snowy February day.