Running wrong main, Q217 with one motor for power, leans through the reverse curve at Flaggs.
A second section of Q226 passes the famous "MILLER TOWER" witch was moved here a few years back to be preserved and incorporated into the Historic Martinsburg Roundhouse complex.
Back when the Rack Trains were still abundant on the Cumberland Sub, I was able to bag this shot of Q226. This would be the first of three eastbound rack trains I would catch in less then an hour.
An early morning high/wide move heads east with a large generator.
Eastbound coal rolls past the restored station/hotel in Martinsburg.
A one engine wonder winds its way downhill through the cut at Martinsburg's train station.
Coke train K375 runs west through Martinsburg with a New CSX ES44AC leader.
PO 29 Arriving at Martinsburg
The Capitol Limited gliding to a stop in Martinsburg, WV. The other locomotives in the consist were P42DC #194 and a nice surprise, F59PHI #459.
Still in full Chessie C&O paint, this out-of-service caboose sit's at the small yard of Pearson.
W&W 86 sways through a forest of trees and billboard signs.
Another day ends for W&W 86 as it heads for Inwood past a Pennsylvania Railroad milepost on the former Cumberland Valley Railroad.
An eastbound train is passing the Transportation Center at Martinsburg, WV
Eastbound 401 approaches downtown Martinsburg underneath an interesting sky.
On its way to Baltimore, Maryland, from the Somerset Mine in Colorado, CSX U830 passes a stopped and very late running Q373.