Amtrak AEM-7 902 rolls southbound on the Northeast Corridor by Perryville station in 1996.
Empty juice train Q141, with a large cut of intermodal on the head end, speeds west towards Baltimore.
Q216 with a CP leader crosses the Susquehanna River.
Sunset is near as Regional train 71 heads south to Washington
A pair of HHP8s rush by Perryville with the Crescent Limited.
The battered face of an AEM7 with many millions of miles of service performed. The end of the line is near for them with the arrival of the new ACS64s.
Freight under the wires; heading down the Corridor to Baltimore
Z4R passes under the former PRR position light signals at CP Minnick on the Port Road.
"Washing the pebbles" as the conductor put it. This ballast train is rinsing its load before being sent out for duty in order to cut down on dust clouds when dumped along the right of way.
A Northeast Regional heads north over the Susquehanna River in late October.
64Z, with the Southern heritage unit leading, rolls slowly eastbound by the car inspector for a final inspection before going onto Amtrak at CP-PERRY.
36A passes the car inspector at Minnick, who will inspect the train for defects, before entering Amtrak, 2 miles ahead, at CP PERRY.
The Central of Georgia Heritage Unit, leading 65R, is about to leave the North East Corridor and enter the NS Port Road Branch at Perryville, MD
A pair of "toasters" charge over the Susquehanna River Bridge making Perryville by 6:15 AM.