Empty oil train K057-28, with an NS leader has just knocked down the signal at Huntingdon Ave, as it speeds west on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision.
Empty oil train K045-04, with a nice leader, speeds west by the old B&O station at Aberdeen.
Two EMD SD40-2s lead the S276 east on its way to Jessup, MD to unload automobiles from the autoracks.
So here I am minding my own business and all of a sudden an Amtrak GP38 is pacing alongside the Northeast Regional I'm riding on. Always have your camera ready!
Alright, alright, we'll stick around for just one more train! Just before the sun slipped away, Northeast Regional 127 rocketed south past us towards the BWI Region and points beyond.
Third trick yard job, Y301, brings a heft drag from the other side of town towards Curtis Bay Yard. They are coming off the South Baltimore Industrial Track and are about to enter the Curtis Bay ... (more)
An SD60I splits the 181 automatics with Q359 in tow.
Now arriving..... Baltimore, BC!
Train Q226 arriving into Curtis Bay Yard on the south side of Baltimore. Above it is the unique truss bridge that carries I-895 over the yard.
With it's head end having just come off Garrett Island, K145-28 speeds west towards Baltimore across the iconic Susquehanna River bridge.
CSXT Q217 with a trio of EMDs approaches the Montrose interlocking passing the WMATA tracks that lead underground.
Empty oil train K145-28 with a pair of SD70ACe's speeds west across the Susquehanna River.
Shenanigans... L141 ties up the entire railroad spinning its power to get a cab signal leader, while Lance Armstrong down there is about to get run over by 200+ tons of locomotive.
Lucky number 13! The third Brunswick train of the Friday afternoon rush scoots through the Derwood Dip on a Clear.
With no room in the Baltimore Terminal empty oil train K043-26 slows for the stop signal ahead on the siding at West Van Bibber.
A colorful CREX 1204 leads the BNSF 6768 on an empty oil train westbound past Brunswick Maryland.