The Capitol Limited races west from Washington, DC passing a MARC GP39H2 that arrived Brunswick, MD shortly before Amtrak with the evening return of the commuters to the suburbs.
A rare sight on the MARC, the GP39H2s do occasionally show up as leaders. This former B&O engine is stopped at the Brunswick station during the evening rush.
The final Ringling Brothers Circus Blue Unit train heads to its last performance at Uniondale, Long Island signifying the end of an era.
The train, which had some engine problems along the way,... (more)
A pair of CitiCorp Railmark (CREX) engines 1525 and 1518 lead an empty CSX autorack westbound crossing over Interstate I-81.
The DME 4002, CP 4452 and CP 5040 sit in Brunswick yard after bringing in a grain train for Miller Milling. In the background a pair of CSX engines can be seen backing against their train on track... (more)
CSX 8733 and CSX 552 lead an empty autorack train past the historic EF Baldwin design Point of Rocks station. The station was built by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1873.
CSX 7834 and CSX 701 (since renumbered to 4501) lead CSX autorack train Q217 over an icy Potomac River by Harpers Ferry following a dusting of snow.
The MEC 603 and 610 bring the RJED into the yard after traversing the Berkshires on a foggy day.
The MEC 610 and 603 just set off the RJED cars in the yard and maneuver to the ready track on a foggy afternoon.
A lone SD70 leads the NS 11J empty Doremus, NJ to Detroit, MI autorack train under the 227 MP signal bridge.
A string of Norfolk Southern Dash 8s await their fate at the scrapper in Cresson, PA. The yard was very active on various scrapping projects. A set of RJ Corman power can be seen waiting on their ... (more)
BNSF coil train emerges from the tunnel enroute towards Bakersfield on a Summer afternoon..
Northbound Metrolink train hugs the Pacific Ocean past surfers and beach goers at San Clemente.
Amtrak 90208 with the Salutes Our Veterans scheme leads a Surfliner train past the surfers and beach goers at San Clemente.
A GP-38-3 rebuild with a paint job so fresh you could smell it, leads a geometry train past historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.