Crazy fast, just insane! How dare a local passenger run go this fast up a local branch line? And on a trestle! Isn't this against some rule?
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The B&O logo will always be a classic, however long it is gone from Class 1 railroading.
For all my images from the charter, go Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)Locomotive: EMD GP9Location: Romney, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: BO 6604Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: March 23, 2013
An F unit pulling a short freight waits for the higher priority passenger train to pass, in farm country, USA!
For all my images from the charter, go Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)Locomotive: EMD F7(A)Location: Green Spring, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: BO 722Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: March 23, 2013
A rural local passenger train makes it way past one of the many farms of West Virginia.
Experience the 1950's along the South Branch Valley Railroad! Thanks to Chase Gunnoe for organizing this photo charter. Seen here, the full passenger consist rounding the curve in Romney, W... (more)
Experience the 1950's along the South Branch Valley Railroad! Seen here is the B&O 722 making his way across the trestle in Ridgedale, WV on the South Branch Valley Railroad. Thanks ... (more)
A small freight makes a photo run-by near the Co. Route 28/15 crossing. A Potomac Eagle Photo Charter event.
With B&O 722 on one end the Potomac Eagle Photo Charter train backs into the depot after final preparations for tomorrows photo charter event.
C&O 8016 has her 567 singing as she accelerates a passenger extra across the curved trestle on ex-B&O rails.
A southbound B&O passenger train passing a B&O freight train. Thank you Chase Gunnoe for a GREAT Photo Charter.
Enroute to Romney from Green Springs, a B&O turn snakes alongside the South Branch of the Potomac River on a beautiful late winter morning in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia.
A portrait of 1950's EMD's finest diesel power. 8016 poses during a pause in the photo runbys.
A southbound GP 9 with freight train in tow slowly rolls off the many bridges in the South Branch RR at MP 15.2 at the Yard Limits. Thanks to Chase Gunnoe for a GREAT Photo Charter.
The B&O lives! Winter runoff still passes by under a freight heading south to Romney, puled by an engine in the attractive B&O scheme, as the world waits for spring to arrive.
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A Southbound local crosses over the South Branch of the Potomac at Twin Bridges. This structure replaced the original bridge lost in the flood of 1985. A Potomac Eagle / South Branch Valley / Ch... (more)