At twilight, GCK 25 and 303 are tied up on the main at Barton, trackage originally owned by the Cumberland & Pennsylvania RR.
Barton, MD 10/12/2012 - Along the first mile of freshly restored track on the Georges Creek Railway, a pair of historic Western Maryland locomotives wait for the chance to move revenue freight onc... (more)
The Western Maryland has been gone for decades, but you wouldn't know it by looking at this scene from Barton. Chop nose GP9 #25 and FA-2 #303 wear full WM speed lettering and look great for thei... (more)
Basking in the afternoon sun along the Potomac River Valley in Luke, a fully restored GP9 displaying her Western Maryland heritage sets tied down on the head end of a cut of cars.
Double Vision. Western Maryland's first GP9, the 25, was also the first to receive a chop nose, and as a result was the only GP9 or 7 on the roster to feature a two piece center wind... (more)
RP contributor Ed Mullan uses 734 to get a lofty shot of the recently restored GP9 for Georges Creek Railway in Luke,Md
After having spent the day being broken in freshly repainted Western Maryland GP9 25 finally gets a rest as GP30 501 prepares to leave town with a dinner train.
Crew moves the train in preparation for 734's arrival.
Wide angle shot of this beauty as the crew gets ready to depart on the test run.
Freshly repainted WM GP9 number 25 backs on to its short train for the trip back down to Cumberland.