This was our first visit to Aberdeen, and the first train we saw, and it was disappointing at the time, because we had come to see the GG1s, E60s, and the Metroliners. Looking back, I'm glad I to... (more)
You had to get up early to catch southbound No. 67 ("The Night Owl") at Aberdeen, as it usually pulled in between 6:45 and 7:00 a.m. In this photo from a TRI-X Pan negative, 37-year vet... (more)
Crossing the former B&O bridge on its way west
Crossing the former B&O bridge on its way east
Fans argue over the yellow, vermillion, and blue paint scheme, but there is nary a discouraging word May 8, 1977 as Reading 2101 thunders north of Bucklodge, Maryland on one of the first of some 4... (more)
After a brief stop to check one of the trailing units, K043 is working hard as it gets back on the move, passing Q216 tied down on track 3.
CSX 323 the CSX Heritage Locomotive sits in the CSX engine terminal waiting for its next assignment.
K043-23, with a solid NS lashup, speeds westbound on track 1.
The Monongahela heritage unit leads 66X, destined for the PBF Energy refinery at Reybold, DE.
A formidable face to meet at a grade crossing- an E60CH at 80 mph. This train is southbound, photographed from the station platform using a 135 mm telephoto lens and Kodak TRI-X Pan film. No. 97... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph