The conductor throws the switch to line the power into the siding as the crew prepares to pick up coal loads off of this old Western Maryland line.
A pair of SD70MAC's lead a loaded coal train down the old B&O M&K Branch near Kingwood.
In a scene that will never be repeated, a loaded coal train crosses the Cheat River near Kingwood. CSX abandoned and removed the old M&K not long after this photo was taken.
A single SD60 shoves a loaded Benwooder west thru Clarksburg on the former B&O.
A former Chessie GP40 leads a loaded "Benwooder" around the wye at Brooklyn Junction.
Westbound Q317 passes thru Tunnel No. 1 on the old B&O.
Still in B&O paint, CSXT 2114 rests at Brooklyn Junction.
Still in B&O paint, CSXT 2113 sits in Benwood Yard.
A trio of SD60's arrive at Sentinel Mine on the Berryburg Branch where they will assemble a PPLX train. This operation is now part of the A&O RR.
The Burnsville Helper sits next to an old B&O wagon top boxcar that was being used for stroage. Although the Burnsville Helper is still around, the line is now operated by the A&O RR.
A pair of SD70MAC's approach Berkley Run Junction with an empty coal train for the mines on the Cowen Sub.
On the west side of Grafton at Berkley Run Junction is the split between the Bridgeport Sub and the Cowen Sub. The T803 is heading up onto the Cowen Sub with empty boxcars for Heaters on the head... (more)
A pair of almost new SD70MAC's lead a loaded coal train up the former B&O Cowen Sub at Orlando. This line is now part of the A&O RR.
A late day eastbound coal train passes thru the beautiful Potomac Valley on its way to Cumberland. The four axle diesels brought this train down off of the former Western Maryland at 21st Bridge.
A freshly painted SD60 leads a help set back to the bottom of Cranberry Grade.