Always a good bet for interesting power and an early afternoon appearance, 347 aka "The Dirty Shirt" heads west for Cumberland.
Three blue and gray geeps led by the Mobile Division Operation Redblock unit head west with a train of empties at Sandy Hook, MD. The 2048 began life as B&O 3848 and probably feels right at home h... (more)
On the other side of this ridge sits the Potomac River and Harpers Ferry, WV. Its just after midnight and Q370 has the clear signal to proceed east and enters Harpers Ferry Tunnel. It's lights ill... (more)
The Rock Runner with a trio of GP38-2s and a GP40-2 head west towards the quarry in West Virginia following an early morning dusting of snow. The trailing unit CSX 2370 is still in Conrail Blue.
Eastbound Q130 exits the east portal of Harpers Ferry Tunnel.
Following along the Potomac River and the historic C&O Canal, K301 rolls east with a load of coke for Baltimore while Q416 works its way west towards Cumberland. In the distance is the world famou... (more)
CSXT 5105 leads an eastbound manifest past Sandy Hook along the Potomac River for a crew change in Brunswick Md.
Having pulled a loaded "Rock Runner" off of the Shenandoah Subdivision, four GP's lead the K751 out of Harpers Ferry Tunnel.
Eastbound jet Q130 exits Harpers Ferry Tunnel.
A pair of former Conrail 80Mac's along with a GP40-2, SD40-2, and a CW40-8 lead manifest Q398 through the sprawling metropolis of Sandy Hook, Maryland.
It's 07:35 and the full moon is still up in the sky as the "Rock Runner" heads east.
I was greeted with a friendly wave from the engineer of this early morning commuter train. This train is in push mode heading east to Union Station in Washington D.C.
Saturday MARC service? Sort of, this train is being run for Brunswick's annual Railroad Days festival.
Eastbound Capitol Ltd rounds the curve at Sandy Point
CSXT 5290 leads an EB manifest through the town of Sandy Hook which is across the Potomac River from Harpers Ferry.