Amtrak's Capital Limited passes the historic Point of Rocks station.
Pushers on coal train headed east on the Old Main Line (former B&O)
A Roger Puta Photograph
The boys on the station platform are awed by the 614 as it heads east on the old B&O Metropolitan Subdivision. The unique Point of Rocks station, sometimes called the "B&O's church," is... (more)
A pair of GE's lead an empty hopper train off the Old Main as they pass the station at Point Of Rocks.
The Capitol Limited passes by the historic Point of Rocks station that sits at the junction of the CSX Metropolitan and Old Main Lines. The station was built in 1873 by E. F. Baldwin for the Balti... (more)
In the spring of 1983, the Baltimore and Ohio ran a special train for employees and their families from Baltimore to Point of Rocks, Md., and back. The train ran outbound on the Capital and Metro... (more)
Coming off the Old Main Line onto the Metropolitan Sub
Amtrak P029 passes the old B&O Point of Rocks depot en-route to Chicago, approaching it's Harper's Ferry station stop. There were many fellow railfanners enjoying the weather at the station, viewi... (more)
Westbound Intermodal passes the 142 year old Point of Rocks depot just after midnight. Special thanks to Sean Hoyden for his assistance in capturing this image.
CSXT 892 leads a coal drag west off of the Old Main and onto the Cumberland Sub at Point of Rocks, MD on a gloomy spring day. Thanks a bunch to Jim Johnstonmore)
CSXT 3046 leads coal east on the Old Main Line past the Point of Rocks station.
An empty coal train makes its way past Point of Rocks station on a sunny afternoon.
Amtrak P42DC 119 leads 175 on the P030 running east through Point of Rocks on its way down the CSX Metropolitan sub to Washington Union Station.