Western Maryland #734 In The Snow!
Turn up your speakers and let Western Maryland #734 do the talking!
Shot in the dead of winter, Western Maryland #734 pulls a revenue freight through the Allegheny Mountains in Pennsylvania.
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad is a heritage railroad located in Cumberland, Maryland. The railroad has a mixture of restored passenger coaches and freight equipment that it uses to for storage and rail maintenance. The train makes its way on a 16 mile round trip run between Cumberland and Frostburg, Maryland.
Western Maryland #734 Quick Facts:
- Originally nicknamed “Mountain Thunder” before being acquired by the Western Maryland Railroad
- Build date: 1916
- Build type: 2-8-0 Consolidation type wheel arrangement
- Boiler pressure: 200 PSI
- Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Let us know if you have ever seen the Western Maryland in action in either winter or summer! We would love to hear about your experience!