Railroading continues in all types of weather. Crew change during the height of a snowstorm in the Mid Atlantic.
An empty oil train heads back to the west for another load.
CSX power making a move back into the yard at the South WB signal.
The Amtrak Pennsylvanian with a B32 leader and a New York Central private car on the rear head east towards Harrisburg after a station stop in Tyrone.
The Amtrak Pennsylvanian has not one but two B32-8s for power. Also in the consist behind the head end is the Ohio Central private car "Sugar Creek". Pictured passing the former ALTO tower slowing... (more)
It was always fun chasing the WLE when they would run the ore trains to Baltimore via the old B&O route. Pictured here westbound with tunnel motors 5413 and 5391 in trail.
The Conrail OCS passes by the former Reading train station during its farewell tour.
Amtrak F40 stops at Alexandria during the afternoon rush.
Close up view of the maintenance building complex in the Coney Island Yard. The Coney Island Yard is the largest rapid transit yard in the world. Visible in the center is a collection of historic... (more)
Looking more like a lashup from the 1990s this westbound autorack train is lead by a GP40-2, an SD 40-2 and an SD 50-2.
Q416 heads towards Brunswick Yard for a crew change before the final leg to cumberland, MD.
The NS NYC heritage unit leads the 34A across the historic Rockville Bridge as the sun begins to set.
The NS NYC heritage unit leads the 34A makes several yard moves putting the train together for the journey to Allentown.
Working the local are two of Norfolk Southern's newest rebuilds NS 4651 GP59E and the NS 611 RP-M4C slug coming off the mainline getting ready to work the sand plant.