Q375, with a pair of old school standard cab EMD units, speeds west at White Marsh.
Loaded ethanol train K498-08, with an old school leader, crosses the Patapsco River, as it approaches Curtis Bay Yard.
No. 734 approaches Frostburg station on a fall Carl Franz Photo Special.
A late evening Regional Express charges south through Perrryville, MD bound for Baltimore and eventually, Washington DC. by nights end.
A northbound Acela Express races through Perryville, MD catching the last light of day crossing the Susquehanna River while en route to Wilmington, DE and points north.
An Amtrak Regional led by ACS-64 No. 630 crosses the Bush River in Edgewood, MD while en route to Baltimore, MD.
Conrail Train ENBA (Enola – Baltimore) makes a daylight appearance on the massive Amtrak bridge over the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Maryland.
It's very early in the morning, but this Acela passenger already has a jump on the day with laptop open and coffee at arm's length.
“Fresh Air”: A crewman of the “East End Local” (B829), with Chessie System/B&O GP38 2047, gets some fresh air and conducts a “roll by” inspection of R171 (Orange Blossom Special South), while bei... (more)
It may look like unit coal, but it’s actually D&H RPPY (symbolled as R403 on CSX), powered by NS C39-8 8605 and NS GP38AC 4113, westbound—main to No. 1—at Rossville (mp 84.4) on CSX's Philadelphia... (more)
Summit of the Alleghanies
A westbound Baltimore & Ohio train of empty hoppers approaches the crest of seventeen mile grade at Altamont Maryland. There is a sign just west of there ... (more)
Peak autumn foliage on Halloween, with a sparkling clean Sprinter leading this Northeast Regional into the station. If you look close, you'll see the first car is the 9800.
Looking as though it is about to enter into warp speed, the Veterans unit emits an arc on its way toward DC.
I heard through a friend that the B&O was testing SD60 demonstrators out of Cumberland, Maryland. Arriving in Cumberland, we learned that the EMD-4 was leading a train that would head west on the ... (more)
Little Joe Stalin’s Locomotives
That’s what Milwaukee Road crews called that road’s twelve big electrics that were nearly identical to this South Shore example, seen here at the B&... (more)