Passengers disembark the WMSR Santa Special in order to watch the form LTEX unit take a spin on the turntable before heading back to Cumberland
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)
The B&O No. 7402, built by EMD in July of 1964, is part of the collection stored outside at the B&O Museum in Baltimore. If I'm not mistaken, it's one of only two preserved SD35s, the other being... (more)
The Frostburg Flyer with the WMSR 501 in the "circus scheme" in the lead pulls into the station on a nice Autumn day.
Western Maryland Scenic Railway’s Christmas City Express leans into the famous Helmstetter’s Curve at La Vale, Maryland, with recently repainted WMSR GP30 501 showing the Christmas spirit in flags... (more)
Western Maryland Scenic Railway’s Christmas City Express train is well into the famous Helmstetter’s Curve at La Vale, Maryland, with recently repainted WMSR GP30 501 leading sister GP30.
The First E-Unit
A shortened version of the Royal Blue stands in Baltimore. Of course, this is not Camden Station, but rather the nearby Mount Clare shops complex, which has... (more)
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum's prized 4-4-0 No. 25, an 1856 Mason Machine Works survivor is seen here at the Museum's back shop undergoing its mandatory 1472 service inspection and overh... (more)
A Baltimore Transit PCC enters the loop at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, while a BTC Peter Witt passes behind. Overhead is CSX.
501 works hard as she shoves 11 passenger cars and one caboose around the top curve at Helmstetter's.
Gulf Oil lives! Former Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) PCC car 2168 passes Baltimore Transit Company (BTC) PCC 7407 at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum in Baltimore, Maryl... (more)
WM 734 works westbound at Cash Valley Road.
"Western Maryland" 501 crosses the National Highway (U.S. 40) on the outskirts of Cumberland, Md. The GP30 became the star of the show during the "Farewell to 734" trip on this... (more)