Crew enjoys a nice summer day on the way to Frostburg.
A cab ride in 734 is great..but the ride in 501 offers a wonderful view of the 15.6 mile ride up the hill from Cumberland!
This young man takes a photo across Woodcock Hollow, as 734's first run of the 2015 season works up a location
Here is 734 showing a nice patina after a few months of excursion work, running "light" with a caboose on an engineer training run.
Broadside on the "table" at Frostburg, 734 is a perfect
replica of a Western Maryland Consolidation, right
down to her big twelve wheel tender.
Kevin Rice gives 734 rods a good greasing before
she makes her first run of the 2015 season.
In a timeless scene reminiscent of days past, 734 looks to be returning from helper duty over Big Savage Mountain rather than a passenger run from Frostburg.
WMSR 734 Mountain Thunder slides down grade out of Brush Tunnel on her last day of excursion service.
WMSR Mountain Thunder chugs past the Trimble Road Crossing on her last day of excursion service.
With chill in the air Western Maryland Scenic 734 leaves the shop in Ridgeley in a cloud of steam and smoke on its way to Cumberland and Frostburg.
On its final public excursion before boiler time expires, WM 734 departs Cumberland for Frostburg one last time.
On her final day of operation, Mountain Thunder roars through the Cash Valley Road Crossing on the famous Helmstetter's curve. According to the WMSR, Mountain Thunder will be retired indefinitely... (more)
On her final day of operation, Mountain Thunder idles at the Frostburg station, awaiting to be turned and head East to Cumberland. The 734 leads the WMSR "North Pole Experience" -- a p... (more)
The sun sets on the final excursion to be pulled by Mountain Thunder, Western Maryland 734.
With a dusting of snow and a chill in the air Western Maryland Scenic 734 storms up hill toward the station at Frostburg.
Peak Autumn color as 734 works Helmstetter's.