A westbound B&O manifest with a blue B&O GP40 and two Chessie geeps rolls through the cut at Whitemarsh, Maryland.
A Philadelphia-bound piggyback train speeds east through Belcamp, Maryland on CSX’ former B&O Philadelphia Subdivision. A Chessie-branded Western Maryland GP40-2 and a Baltimore & Ohio GP40 provid... (more)
A westbound manifest crosses the huge Baltimore & Ohio Susquehanna River Bridge approaching Havre de Grace, Maryland. Located near the mouth of the river and its entrance to the Chesapeake Bay, th... (more)
Due to a derailment on the regular route, Philly oil empties briefly returned to the B&O routing they regularly used during the height of the oil boom. K145-08 has just knocked down the Bradshaw ... (more)
A combination of RF&P and B&O geeps lead the southbound Orange Blossom Special across the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Maryland. The Kearney, New Jersey – Tampa, Florida intermodal ... (more)
Baltimore Terminal relief crew Y134-10, takes K676-08 on the final leg of it's journey, through Curtis Bay Yard, and onto the Seawall Branch for the trip to the Kinder Morgan ethanol terminal.
The DME 4002, CP 4452 and CP 5040 sit in Brunswick yard after bringing in a grain train for Miller Milling. In the background a pair of CSX engines can be seen backing against their train on track... (more)
CSX R191 (Orange Blossom Special), led by RF&P GP40 125, westbound on the Thomas Viaduct at 10:53 on December 9, 1990. The trailing units include CSXT GP40 6798, Chessie/CSXT B36-7 5552, and RF&P ... (more)
K676-08 crosses the Patapsco River on the Curtis Bay Branch, as it nears Curtis Bay Yard.
The Maryland Midland’s early roster is represented in this lineup at Union Bridge, Maryland. Shown between the Whitcomb switcher and one of the MMID’s ex-Long Island RS3’s is one of four SD24’s th... (more)
On a nice day while a BBQ competition goes on in Brunswick, a auto rack train with a nice EMD leading the way.
CSX 8733 and CSX 552 lead an empty autorack train past the historic EF Baldwin design Point of Rocks station. The station was built by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1873.
S296-01, with a colorful lashup, starts into Baileys Wye.
K676-08 with a nice CN leader, snakes it's way east on the Old Main Line Subdivision, with ethanol loads for Baltimore in tow.
Tradepoint Atlantic Railroad uses their SW7 switcher to switch cars at their Grays Yard, on a gloomy March morning.