A blue B&O GP40 leads two Chessies on a westbound freight from Philadelphia at White Marsh, Maryland.
With the Western Maryland heritage unit on the point, Q031-15 speeds west at White Marsh.
Q375, with a pair of old school standard cab EMD units, speeds west at White Marsh.
OBSS (Orange Blossom Special-South), with CSX/B&O GP40 6638 plus four, is westbound at White Marsh on B&O's Philadelphia Sub at 09:05 on January 6, 1987. Same symbol, same vantage point, 2 days ea... (more)
"Truncated Orange Blossom"With only two engines (Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4296 and Seaboard System/SBD U30C 7238), and fewer than 20 trailers, an extremely short OBSS is westbound at W... (more)
“Long Gone: CPLs, Cabin Cars, and a Friendly Wave”
With RF&P GP40-2 146 plus three on the head end, Chessie System/C&O extended vision caboose 903318 brings up the markers on CSX R172 ... (more)
OBSS (R171) powered by RF&P GP40-2 145 and GP40 126, plus three, westbound at White Marsh, MD on the Philadelphia Sub.(Kodachrome)
The track geometry train speeds westbound, through a rain shower, at White Marsh.
So long you won't be missed! After a nearly two week daylight maintenance curfew on the Philly Sub, W035 returns track equipment to Rocky Mount, seen westbound at White Marsh.
Empty ethanol train K603-27 with a very nice pair of EMD units, is westbound at White Marsh.
K145-05, with a CP leader, speeds westbound at White Marsh.
Empty oil train K059-17, with a CP leader, speeds west at White Marsh.
Q373 with a variety of power is westbound at White Marsh.
Empty oil train K043-06, with a colorful lashup, speeds westbound in the snow at White Marsh.
Q373 hammers westbound at White Marsh with a trio of EMD standard cab units.