A "no-name" AEM-7AC races the southbound Crescent towards DC where it will be swapped out for a duo of diesels.
Despite afternoon storms, the sun popped out on this southbound acela as it blows through Halethorpe. Only MARC trains serve this station.
After the flood of MARC commuter trains on the Camden Line, Q702 is the first Eastbound through St. Denis MARC Station. Where what used to stand a classic B&O Station is now only a little green sh... (more)
After a short 30 minute ride, the crew of the Rock Runner Q763 is minutes away from arriving in Baltimore City.
RF&P GP-35 number 138 rolls west through HX Interlocking with train 171 in almost white out conditions. The storm that dropped almost two feet of snow had me stranded until the train crew helped p... (more)
A northbound Acela passes under the old PRR signals at Halethorpe, MD on the NEC.
Conrail GP40 number 3138 leads a Southbound Freight over the Patapsco River on the Northeast Corridor, in the Summer of 1981.
Two B&O GP38s roll the Chicagoan West past HX Tower on a hazy July day in 1984.
The WTT (Wilmington Trailer Train) passes HX Tower in Halethorpe, MD
In a flurry of activity, #919 flies through Halethorpe at 6:31PM.
The lack of cars in the normally crowded parking lot indicates that this shot was taken on a Sunday afternoon when MARC trains aren't running.
At 100MPH, train 158 races through suburban Baltimore.
Bean Town Bound! This Acela Express blasts northward through the southern outskirts of Baltimore early on a Thursday evening.
Penn Line Express