More than a whistle-stop

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August 14, 2006|By PHOTOS BY BARBARA HADDOCK TAYLOR | PHOTOS BY BARBARA HADDOCK TAYLOR,SUN PHOTOGRAPHER

The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad carries riders through the Allegheny Mountains between Cumberland and Frostburg in restored, early 20th-century train cars such as the 1916 Baldwin "Mountain Thunder" steam locomotive. During the fall, the ride, which winds through bends, bridges and tunnels, becomes a popular scenic attraction as the foliage changes.

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