Members of the clergy from Brunswick's Grace Episcopal Church await the commuters returning from Washington DC to offer the imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday as part of their Ashes to Go effort... (more)
A mix of railroad power leads the hot intermodal NS 203 over the Potomac River crossing from Maryland into West Virginia. In the consist is BNSF 7854, NS 8988 and UP 8665.
A pair of CP engines visit the Mid Atlantic exiting the historic tunnel at Harpers Ferry, WV westbound with an empty oil train.
The former B&O CPLs guard the east end of Cumberland Yard as a power set of Canadian Pacific and CSX engines change tracks. The CPLs are slated for replacement in the near future.
A mild Winter day brings the local railfans out to lens the foreign visitors passing by the Brunswick station. In the consist for power on this empty autorack train are the UP 4793, BNSF 6687 ES44... (more)
Empty trash train with the NS 9141 and NS 8106 for power pass under the former Pennsy signal bridge during a snowstorm.
NS CB60 rounds the wye in Hollidaysburg with the NS 5258 EMD GP38-2 and the NS 2423 MP15E
A pair of NS heritage units the NS 8104 Lehigh Valley and the NS 8025 Monongahela on the West Slope enroute to Conway.
A pair of NS heritage units the NS 8104 Lehigh Valley and the NS 8025 Monongahela pass under the Pennsy signal bridge enroute to Conway.
A pair of BNSF engines lead the NS intermodal over the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia following a significant Mid-Atlantic snowstorm.
The NS OCS with the NS 4270 leading B units NS 4275 and NS 4276 roll across the West Virginia countryside on the way back to Altoona after completing a trip to Georgia.
The Nickel Plate Road 765 steam engine and the NS 8100 NKP Heritage unit lead an NS employee excursion across the famed Rockville Bridge.
Empty oil train with UP and CP leaders heads west on the Metropolitan Sub towards Cumberland.
The NS OCS with F9A unit NS 4270 and B units NS 4275 and NS 4276 cross an icy Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland on the way back to Altoona after completing their first trip in 2014.