Seemingly half of Cumberland's population came out to see the WMSR's newest locomotive, an ex-VIA FPA4. Strangely, it came with mismatched number boards.
Brunswick, MD 11/30/2013 - The bitter cold of a 25 degree night has claimed the water draining from purposeful holes in the bottom of a loaded coal hopper waiting for its call to a power plant on ... (more)
A couple of western visitors are idling at the South end of CSX's Cumberland Terminal, on a busy day in the yard. Q136 waits to proceed in the background.
An acela departs Baltimore on track 7.
A couple of B&O classics set outside of the Western Scenic Railroad Museum.
Just a few minutes from Washington, 29 sprints through the Maryland suburbs on the eve of the summer solstice.
Some fishermen are unfazed by the HHP zipping by above.
Acela passes over the Susquehanna river as I enjoy a crab cake sandwich for lunch at the Tidewater Grille. I was the only person dining outside in late October, but it wasn't so bad with underarm... (more)
Norfolk Southern(Virginian) Heritage unit number 1069 rolls Eastbound train 592 through Port Deposit, Md. on 11-24-13.
The Virginian Heritage Unit and NS train 592 pass under the old PRR signal bridge at Perryman, MD. In the background an Amtrak crew gives them a roll-by inspection.
The Virginian Heritage Unit leads NS 592, a loaded coal train from Shire Oaks, PA, as it crosses over the Susquehanna River on the NEC. It's headed for the Consul coal pier in Baltimore, MD.