An eastbound freight glides through Yoder on it's way to Cumberland in the last rays of sunlight.
Riders on the eastbound Capital Limited are treated to fall colors as they traverse Sandpatch Grade.
An eastbound unit coal train grinds up the final leg of Sandpatch Grade.
Getting ready to pass under the former Western Maryland Salisbury Viaduct, a westbound intermodal hustles it's train through the early morning fog.
Running right on time, the eastbound Capital Limited cuts through the early morning fog and ducks under the former Western Maryland Salisbury Viaduct.
The westbound Capital Limited ducks under the former Western Maryland mainline at Keystone on a starry summer night.
Due to a derailment and severe flooding in Baltimore, some reroutes were in order, including this R138 which had gone east previously. R138 heads west being rerouted during sunrise through foggy ... (more)
Just as the sun rises over the Laurel Highlands, and the morning fog burns off, X216 tackles Sand Patch Grade, ducking under the former railroad giant Western Maryland Salisbury Viaduct.
An eastbound autorack drifts downgrade past the old Mance post office in the late afternoon sun.
A pair of manned helpers hold on for an eastbound freight, with a mid-train DPU, passes by as a crew member gives a roll by inspection at Sandpatch summit.
A pair of manned helpers assist on the rear end of a westbound freight in the sun's first ray of light penetrates the west slope of Sandpatch Grade
The eastbound Capital Limited, with heritage unit 822 trailing, is almost over the west slope of Sand Patch grade on a beautiful spring morning.
5379 and a Union Pacific visitor work hard to bring a long and heavy eastbound autorack train up and over the Summit of the Alleghenies.
An empty unit train of hopper cars is about to duck under the Rt. 219 overpass.
A westbound coal train kicks up the snow as it makes its way down Sandpatch Grade in an early March storm of fine and quickly falling snow.