Western Maryland Scenic Railroad 501, prior to it's recent scheme change, is pictured with the 7436 (EMD SD35) at the station in Cumberland.
The engineer of an inbound Western Maryland passenger train grabs trainorders from the station agent during a brief station stop at Cumberland.
A Western Maryland freight traintakes a short pause at the station in Cumberland before proceeding to RIdgely, WV.
WMSR 734 Mountain Thunder slides down grade out of Brush Tunnel on her last day of excursion service.
WMSR Mountain Thunder chugs past the Trimble Road Crossing on her last day of excursion service.
The sun sets on the final excursion to be pulled by Mountain Thunder, Western Maryland 734.
Before boarding begins for a Fall Foilage excursion, the engineer is engaged in discussions with a group of Mennonites on steam technology.
Two classic ex-Conrail GP30s drift through the station, following 734's train.
Western Maryland 734 puts on a show for railfans after returning from the daily excursion to Frostburg.
Time really does fly, it's hard to believe that this shot was taken 22 years ago to the day!
Seemingly half of Cumberland's population came out to see the WMSR's newest locomotive, an ex-VIA FPA4. Strangely, it came with mismatched number boards.
Wild Mary #729 takes pause by Cumberland station which overlooks a steeple just across the canal.
Sometimes you just get lucky! During a visit to Western Maryland's Cumberland Station on the night of September 21st, for instance, I was fortunate to come across a nice assortment of WM p... (more)
Only at a Lerro Productions event could you see such a lineup.: ex-LS&I 2-8-0 Consolidation #734, and ex-WM, now Georges Creek Railway SD40 7471 and SD35 7436. All three locomotives are in WM live... (more)