A northbound Conrail mineral train meets a DC-bound AEM-7 on the 1913-built Bush River Bridge.
Set of power WM facility Hagerstown
Running against rush hour traffic, a late afternoon Washington-bound set of RDC’s arrive at the station stop at Laurel. Maryland.
Bayview local HB48, with export military equipment in tow, pauses at the gate to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal, awaiting port personnel to let them in.
Commercial power problems resulted in trains needing diesel power to get to their destinations. This Dash 8 is leading an AEM-7 into Baltimore.
Doubleheaded GG-1s, their trucks white with sand, are leading a southbound manifest to Bayview or Pot Yard. Conrail is only 2 months old, so lead motor No. 4854 is still wearing Penn Central lett... (more)
With the Amtrak AEM-7s operating in MARC service having been decommissioned, P42's lend a hand.
Norfolk Southern train 33A rolls through downtown Port Deposit, MD with a pair of SD80MACs. This line has recently become the major stomping grounds for a lot of the former CSX SD80MACs which were... (more)
In 1993 you never knew what you might still find wandering around.... This GP38 was still in its original paint when seen at Cumberland, Maryland .
A heavy snow falls as the frozen toaster is determined to make it to DC.
Acela Express from the parking garage.