Tucked away by the mountain, the Point of Rocks tunnel used to host both tracks due to the limited space imposed by the C&O Canal. Once the canal ceased operation in the early 1900's, the B&O too... (more)
As U323 waits on track 2 to get his signal, Q414 powers up as he passes him on track 1, just after exiting the Point of Rocks tunnel.
Magnolia Cutoff railfanning at it's best. A late day coal trail hurries east past a group of railfans along Kessler's Curve.
A short CSX train gently rolls by mile post 83 of the Hanover Sub while being shadowed by Jacks Mountain.
P030 gently rolls into the Harpers Ferry, preparing to make it's final stop before continuing to Union Station.
CSX Q130, hits a pocket of sun in the shadows of the mountains, splitting the Doe Gully CPL signals on his trip eastward towards Portsmouth, VA.
CSX Q261, while passing the delapitated maintence siding at Hansrote, is dwarfed by the CPL masts and surrounding mountains.
U878, crosses over the Great Cacapon River, on it's route from Grafton, WV to Baltimore, MD.
CSX Q296, with two Oakway Leasers leading, glids through Weverton enroute enroute to Curtis Bay, MD with new cars destined for the ports.
The silver streak in the night, P029, highballs it through the Sideling Hill signals.
A sign dating back to the old Western Maryland days shows the history of this line while UBHF grinds uphill in the background.
A westbound empty coal drag, led by an old B36-7, comes off the OML onto the Met. Sub. The 3rd, 4th, and 5th spot had UP power.
P029 rolls past the Point of Rocks Station with a medium-clear signal west.
A westbound manifest waits for a recrew west of Brunswick at the Mountain Road recrew spot.
Two EMDs and two manifests. Q414 and another westbound manifest wait for recrews west of Brunswick.