After a brief pause just outside the town of Romney, the 47 loads of grain get under way, crossing over Route 50 just west of town. The GP9 and GP38-3 are in notch 8 as they work to get the train ... (more)
The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway making a northbound run towards its terminus of Romney, West Virginia.
The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway making its way through the farmland of Moorefield, West Virginia.
Potomac Eagle 6793 makes a photo runby along the South Branch of the Potomac River during a Potomac Eagle Photo Special.
The Potomac Eagle's F7A #722 leads our train back towards Romney along the South Branch Potomac River on 6/4/2016. The ride through the trough was gorgeous.
Potomac Eagle's "Baltimore & Ohio 722" pulls south past the only house at the location known as "Wickham" along the South Branch of the Potomac River. The narrow valley is know... (more)
With an exclusive 30-person charter, Baltimore & Ohio F7(A) No. 722 toured much of the South Branch Valley Railroad in mid April with photo stops at scenic locations along the Potomac Eagle Scenic... (more)
Chessie 6240 GP9 heading south in Springfield during the Chase Gunnoe Photo Charter.
Baltimore and Ohio 6604 GP9 and Baltimore and Ohio 722 F7A idle quietly at Sector during the Chase Gunnoe Photo Charter.
Chessie 6240 GP9 heading south past a local cemetery for the Chase Gunnoe Photo Charter.
Baltimore and Ohio #722 snaking along the South Branch River on a warm spring day for the Chase Gunnoe Photo Charter.
Baltimore and Ohio #722 on a warm spring day for the Chase Gunnoe Photo Charter.
Baltimore and Ohio #722 passing thru B&O Springs on a warm spring day for the Chase Gunnoe Photo Charter.
"Got Heritage?" Sitting in the yard before being sent west to Cumberland on the nights D720 is the B&O F7 coming back from the event over the weekend in Spencer, NC. Although not a true... (more)
The Potomac Eagle makes a brief stop at Wapocomo Station after an early morning trip to Green Spring. After picking up a few more passengers it will continue South towards Moorefield.