During the evening rush MARC P877 broke down at the Point of Rocks station. Pictured after it arrived Brunswick 1 1/2 hours late being pushed by P879. A crew member inspects the train during the s... (more)
Autorack train Q249 races by Brunswick with the Q400 waiting on track 3 for its turn on the mainline.
CSX workers inspect the damage from a rock slide that hit the Q261 just west of the Catoctin tunnel. The head end struck a boulder while the remaining rocks struck the side of the train. This clos... (more)
Westbound ethanol train passes Brunswick.
WLE 6351 leads an empty ore train out of Brunswick Yard running opposite main on track 2. Behind the leader are two DRGW tunnel motors 5413 and 5391.
An interesting mix of power leads an empty ethanol train past WB Tower.
A pair of UP leaders take an ethanol train east past two coal trains at Brunswick. In the background the Blue Ridge Mountains show how they got their name.
Autoracks head down the Metropolitan Sub past the Point of Rocks Station. The two tracks in the foreground are the Old Main Line.
A pair of engineers climb out of each side of the cab to inspect the westbound Capitol Limited adjacent to WB Tower. The defect detector east of Brunswick failed to activate so the crew performed ... (more)
The Capitol Limited with two units in 40th Anniversary Paint Schemes. The leader AMTK 156 in Phase 1 and the 3rd unit AMTK 66 in Phase 2 scheme. Shown running wrong main through Brunswick due to c... (more)
Any bit of elevation helps, as a railfan on a step ladder gets a shot of the Capital Limited passing the Tower and Station in Brunswick, MD.
A Maryland State Trooper gets the story from the driver of a car wedged up against the mainline near the Weverton interlocking. The Q276 crew stopped just in time to avoid hitting the stuck vehicl... (more)
CSX loaded ethanol train with CITX and ICE power past Brunswick enroute to the Old Main Line. The pair for foreign visitor SD40-2s would wait quite a while at Doub for a helper to push them east.
The last daylight run out of DC stops at the historic B&O station in Point of Rocks to allow Capital Commuters to head home.