All 3 MMID engines with nose logos (306 with G&W corporate logos, 302 with the original MMID logo, and 2061 (former 301) in G&W paint, power this eastbound UBEG, along with MMID 304 sandwiched in ... (more)
UBEG led by MMID 306, the only unit to receive the G&W corporate logos, waits to reverse back to its waiting manifest.
UBEG led by MMID 306, the only unit to receive the G&W corporate logos, backs onto a little used siding in New Windsor.
UBEG rolls eastbound thru New Windsor, led by MMID 306, the only unit to receive the G&W corporate logos.
Passing by the locale known in the WM days as Medford Station for which the crossing is named.
Just how the times are changing in rural towns, where farm lands were abound and plentiful. They now back up to housing developments. Change also occurs as steadfast on the railroad. Soon these bl... (more)
The MMID UBEG "Plow Train" smashes snow at the Old New Windsor Road crossing.
The MMID UBEG "Plow Train" approaches downtown New Windsor.
UBEG rolls eastbound thru New Windsor.
The morning UBEG rolls through New Windsor, past what looks like a great railfanning location.
Engine 306 leads the morning UBEG eastbound thru New Windsor, as it passes a very worn pair of old WM signals masts.
MMID UBEG rolls into New Windsor, with about 10 minutes left in its run back to Union Bridge.
Maryland Midland GP38-3AC #304 heads west through the rolling hills outside Union Bridge
Maryland Midland GP38-3AC #304 heads west after a brief stop, heading by the Stambaugh mill in Union Bridge
Maryland Midland running eastbound in New Windsor in leased GP40's