A hippo with a string of solid bi levels.
Brand new loco with a new fallen snow.
E725 heads across the Viaduct in Cumberland onto the Mountain Sub.
Full sun and fog? Only for but a minute or two before this condition disappears. Lucky timing came into play here with there being not one, but two trains present for this phenomenon.
The sun tries hard to burn off thick fog as the Vermonter rolls into town.
The sun tries to break through on a stormy summer morning at BWI as a Northeast Regional rounds the bend.
Fog begins to lift as the sun rises, creating a very moody scene.
With high sun quickly approaching, Q439-22 speeds west, across the Little Gunpowder River, from Harford County into Baltimore County.
A veteran SD40-2 leads an empty autorack train westbound past the Brunswick station as Spring is in full bloom in the Mid-Atlantic.
Empty oil train K145-18 speeds west on track 1 of the Philly Sub approaching the Schaefers Ln grade crossing.
Westbound Intermodal passes the 142 year old Point of Rocks depot just after midnight. Special thanks to Sean Hoyden for his assistance in capturing this image.
CSX 6419 leads a work through Hancock, MD.
Two EMD SD40-2's lead a auto rack through the junction.
Y231 assembles Q137 at the Seagirt Marine Terminal. 8646 is one of two units left on the Union Pacific roster still wearing full CNW paint.
An Amtrak regional train flies over the Susquehanna River Bridge into Havre De Grace, MD shortly before its station stop in Aberdeen.