Point of Rocks, MD 12/8/2013 - While freezing rain settles atop the winter's first snowfall at the classic B&O depot at Point of Rocks, the westbound manifest Q-373 heads off the Old Main Line Sub... (more)
One of a handful of CSX ACes leads and autorack off the old mainline as it passes the Point of Rocks Station.
As the sun begins to set, a father and son watch a CSX work train hustle by from the historic Point of Rocks station.
Point of Rocks, MD 5/26/2013 - Trackwork on CSX's Water Level Route throughout the month of May led to a number of unusual ethanol moves with foreign power to the south along the former B&O routes... (more)
F40's were still commonplace on Amtrak in 1994, but in the next few years, new GEs would displace much of F40 fleet. Here, a trio of F40s lead the Cap through Point of Rocks on a pleasant June af... (more)
MARC engine 27 slows down at the Point of Rocks Station to drop of comuters from yet another day at work.
Point of Rocks, MD - 8/17/2012 - Richmond-bound Q-401 is eastbound on the Metropolitan Subdivision past the classic B&O depot at Point of Rocks. The only angle of this beautiful station that is pr... (more)
The Capitol Limited passes past the Point of Rocks Station as it heads west about one hour after leaving Washington D.C. as it begins its journey to Chicago, Il.
An afternoon MARC train makes a station stop at Point of Rocks. Until new MARC engines were ordered in 1993, almost anything could turn up on MARC trains. Borrowed CSX Geeps, former BN E units, ... (more)
CSXT 5000 "Diversity In Motion" leads an empty ethanol train west pass the historic Point of Rocks station. Pictured coming off the Old Main Line onto the Metropolitan Sub.
After being delayed by signal problems due to severe weather, commuters depart the train and head home.
The morning rush is on at Rocks as an eastbound rack train passes a stopped MARC train. I can't believe this photo was taken nearly 21 years ago.
The westbound Capitol Limited eases through Point of Rocks...
Coming out of the morning mist, an empty hopper train leaves the Old Main Line and enters the Metropolitan Subdivision.
Amtrak's Capitol Limited (duh) waits for clearance through the derailment sight at Point of Rocks.