734 descends Helmsetter's Curve in a drenching downpour.
Sometimes things just seem to come together as was the case on this particular Saturdays excursion with the holiday season some fresh snow and ice & the star attraction of the night was none other... (more)
WMSR 734 blasts upgrade on a Carl Franz Photo Special.
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.
A short weekday afternoon excursion arrives in Frostburg.
WMSR's caboose, the "Richard E Markle", named for the railroad's popular former conductor. follows 734, 12 passenger cars around the famous curve, with the road's
GP 30 locomotives pushing the he... (more)
Helmstetter's Curve from afar. Under the tracks along the curve around Helmstetter's farm are the remnants of an old trestle that had been filled to make the grade which consequently requires ver... (more)
Now wearing her regular numbers, 734 works hard at the beginning of Helmstetter's Curve, with 12 passenger cars and a caboose on her tender, with a little Gp30 help on the rear.
Lending a helping hand, WM #729 continues the push to Frostburg.
Farmers talk about their days, their crops, their families, or whatever comes to mind after the sun falls below the ridge.
For other shots from the WMSR Foundation/Lerro Productions WMSR photo... (more)
WM #729 lends a helping hand pushing a freight up the 1.75 percent grade.
Mountain Thunder down below!
Locomotive 502 pulls a through freight over Mt. Savage.