The Capital Limited arrives at Martinsburg for its station stop on pleasant Summer evening and is greeted by two beautiful girls on the grassy knoll overlooking the old B&O Roundhouse and shops. T... (more)
Amtrak's Capitol Limited rolls into Martinsburg, WV for its westbound station stop but not before it passes the old B&O Freight House and NA Tower which at one point controlled the interlockings f... (more)
A Chesapeake & Ohio SD40 and two Baltimore & Ohio GP9’s bring westbound empties out of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
A pair of CitiCorp Railmark (CREX) engines 1525 and 1518 lead an empty CSX autorack westbound crossing over Interstate I-81.
It's no drone but standing on the roof of my car is a common sight when out fanning. Already high above the tracks, I decided gain more elevation to catch empty autorack train L217 with a clean SD... (more)
An almost daily occurrence when the Winchester and Western makes its run through town. This night was no different. Seen here at West John Street a couple hundred feet south of the CVRR station as... (more)
Rolling through downtown Martinsburg from Hagerstown, WW 86 passes the 1889 Cumberland Valley Railroad Station on King Street after dark.
Eastbound Coal Train at Martinsburg WV
The sun angle around the summer solstice affords an opportunity to shoot westbounds coming into Martinsburg for a few weeks out of the year.
The tracks in the foreground are the eastbound main... (more)
Three GP9s and a GP10 power 86 south through Martinsburg after working the CSX interchange.
After dropping off 11 cars at the CSX interchange, 86 continues on passing over the rebuilt right of way over CSX and Tuscarora Creek before heading into downtown M... (more)
An eastbound CSX loaded coal train passes the Martinsburg train station on the Cumberland Sub
The engineer lays on the horn of Winchester and Western GP38 2197 leading train 86 at the King Street crossing in downtown Martinsburg, WV with the former the Cumb... (more)
Southbound W&W train near Martinsburg led by GP9 #498 || July 1997
Four locomotives, four different models; P42DC, P40DC, F40, ACS-64. Not an easy feat on Amtrak.