On the outskirts of Cumberland, #30 heads east after a recent snowfall.
Several years before a highway project changed the view, Q384 works upgrade towards Sand Patch with a trio of Geeps.
Good thing most of those autoracks are empty! A whopping 3,500 horsepower leads Q219 upgrade at Glencoe.
Fall splendor surrounds Q216, working upgrade on Sand Patch's west slope, between Indian Creek and Ohiopyle.
353 reaches the summit of the Alleghenies with an eclectic all-EMD lashup.
In near white-out conditions, 383 reaches the summit at Sand Patch and passes a helper set and a stopped R137. The weather on this day was constantly changing, intense snowfall at one moment, bri... (more)
Cumberland wasn't as busy in '94 as it is today, but even then trains often had to stop on the west side of town, awaiting clearance into the terminal.
A layer of fresh snow obscures the eastbound main, briefly creating the illusion of a single track main.
E782 has arrived at Shaw, led by a CSX OLS caboose.
Slowly rolling through the fields, E782 makes his way towards the loadout at Shaw.
Just west of the summit of the Alleghenies, Amtrak's Capitol Limited glides through Sand Patch.
Two Chessie cats add some color to a bleak winter landscape.
E118's long train of empty hoppers arrive in Cumberland on a fine September day.
Track equipment is fouling the #1 main, forcing 353 to run past the worksite on the eastbound main.
Amid colorful fall foliage, S381 twists and turns while climbing the steepest part of Sand Patch grade.