A Chessie cab still with B&O sublettering, sitting in sweet-light.
A CSX GP40-2 idles in the sweet lowlight at Pearson.
It looks like they are building a tunnel to get to the roundhouse from the station in Martinsburg, where a SD50 blows past the roundhouse during a festival.
E726 rounding the curves just east of Pearson Yard, wesbound on 2. Canon EOS 10D w/ Monopod-mounted 70-200mm F/4L lens. 1/400 sec. @ F/5.6.
G312 grain train rounds the curve with part of the B&O Roundhouse restoration project visible in the background.
Q296 running wrong main passes under the signal bridge near the old hotel and station.
Westbound Capitol Limited pauses at Martinsburg to discharge passengers in front of the former B&O roundhouse and engine shoppes now under restoration as a museum.
Adding to the unique mixed freight east on one at Byrd aura, the train is lead by the ex CR Labor Management Project unit, a scheme often altered enroute.
Reroute 410 works hard west past the new signals at Martinsburg.
CSX is having trouble cutting in their new signal system in on the Cumberland Sub. This is the last day for the old B&O signal in Martinsburg WV.
Amtrak's Capital Limited prepares to make a stop in Martinsburg WV before it continues east to Washington D.C.
Awaiting another assignment; old roundhouse to right
8178 in helper pocket; 100 milepost (from Baltimore) to left
CSX Q278 eastbound passing the beautifully restored Martinsburg depot which is the oldest operating Amtrak station in the US.