Steam Throwback. Wearing its original C&O garb, the 1309 runs the famous curve on a cold February morning.
The eastbound Capitol Limited exits Cumberland Yard as it continues on to Washington D.C.
A CSX Intermodal waits in the Cumberland narrows to proceed east.
In a Sea of Blue EMD
The storage line at Cumberland
CSXT 8863 is one of the last remaining EMD locomotives painted in CSX's "YN2" paint scheme. It remains stored here in Cumberland, MD along with a "YN1" SD40 (no... (more)
Cumberland Yard features one of the largest storage dead lines on CSX. Among others, the cast of locomotives here includes SD40-2s, C40-8Ws, SD70MACs, C40-9Ws, SD50s, and 4-a... (more)
Manifest train M332 heads east through the Narrows on the west end of Cumberland, as the train prepares to enter the yard spiriting the CSXT 3194.
An array of power is seen in CSX's Cumberland Locomotive Shop.
CSX's Sea Board heritage unit along with the Spirit of Grafton are seen in the narrows just outside of Cumberland yard adding a DP to the middle of their train.
#1309 is at the depot for one of Pete Lerro's fantastic night sessions.
Top Down Tea Kettle. Western Maryland Scenic Railroad 1309 (née-Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad 1309, 2-6-6-2, Baldwin, 1949) is sitting at the Cumberland Station in Cumberland, Maryland on O... (more)
A Lerro Charter is the way to go to see unique scenes. Here, #1309 was temporarily the most famous "C&O" locomotive out there, dressed for these photo charters. A particularly brillian... (more)
But the WM didn't HAVE GP30s! Doesn't matter. The 501 still looks great in the sun in front of the Cumberland station.
Stunning morning on a Lerro Photo Charter with the C&O 1309 making quite a ruckus in the narrows.
Veteran 463 ducks under the signals and prepares to enter the yard at Cumberland.