Always a fan favorite because of its reach into some of the Northeast's most scenic areas and its David role in the David-and-Goliath world of railroading, the Western Maryland was staffed by an eclectic assemblage of diesel locomotives, all meticulously maintained until the road was gradually assimilated into the Chessie System in the late 1970s.
Introduction, pp. 3-5;
# 20 thru 66: Geeps and F-units, pp. 6-39;
# 75 thru 176: Yard Switchers, pp. 40-65;
# 180 thru 414: ALCO's and Cab-Units, pp. 66-95;
# 3576 thru 7496: Second-Generation Power, pp. 96-115;
The Chessie Additions, pp. 116-117;
The "Chessie-Fication" of Western Maryland Power, pp. 118-121;
Dispositions, pp. 122-126;
Recreations, pg. 127;
Farewell WM, pg. 128;
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.