CSX train Q137 passes by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 1891 station in Brunswick, MD designed by famed architect E. Francis Baldwin.
A westbound empty stone train bound for the Shenandoah Sub is lead by a pair of GP-15s (CSXT 1552 & CSXT 1553) and a GP40-2 (CSXT 6388.
Racing to beat the curfew, the setting Sun lights the empty racks of Q261 racing through Brunswick, MD at the end of this mild late Winter day.
CSX power making a move back into the yard at the South WB signal.
W&LE run through coke train passes 3 parked coal trains stored in the Mill Yard. 2 coal trains are for power plants located on CSX's Pope's Creek Sub. The 3rd is for Dickerson, MD, and the coke is... (more)
As daylight comes to an end veteran tower operator L E Lee waves to a passing empty coal train. With the closure of WB Tower on Dec 9, 2011, last open tower on the Baltimore Division, Mr. Lee will... (more)
After letting the first MARC train of the afternoon rush make its station stop, an empty coal train heads west out of Brunswick.
The first train of the afternoon passenger rush pulls into Brunswick station powered by MARC's newest locomotive.
A new face in town! The first of 26 new MP36PH-3C's for MARC to be placed into service, number 12, mingles with a pair of soon to be retired GP40WH-2's and a lone GP39H-2.
What would be normally a yard switcher, B789 with two SD50's for power, works rescue service in the Blizzard of 2009. The light engine move is eastbound headed for F interlock in Washington, DC to... (more)
Look, Twins! Not really, but pretty close. A pair of coal trains sit at the west end of Brunswick both featuring bright future painted CW44AC's leading a dark future painted CW44AC, and a mixed ba... (more)
The first train of the afternoon passenger parade P873 makes it final stop of the day at Brunswick.
A lone GP39H-2 75 breaks up the line-up of three other GP40WH-2's 52,61, & 56 resting for the weekend in Brunswick Yard.