Amtrak Regional Train no. 178 bound for New York's Penn Station decelerates as it arrives at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport stop.
The farm residents pay no mind to the passing train as NS 4000 "Sonic Bonnet" leads 37Q south through Washington County, MD.
It's 1:04 a.m., and Amtrak's CETC-2 dispatcher must have been making a fresh cup of joe on third shift. After 15 minutes of trying to get ahold of CETC-2, Norfolk Southern train 33A finally gets t... (more)
"Western Maryland" 501 crosses the National Highway (U.S. 40) on the outskirts of Cumberland, Md. The GP30 became the star of the show during the "Farewell to 734" trip on this... (more)
"Western Maryland" 501 emerges from Brush Tunnel to pick up passengers who have just photographed 2-8-0 No. 734 during the Western Maryland Scenic's farewell trip for the Consolidation. ... (more)
Conductor John Garner gives a thumbs up to engineer Kevin Rice as Western Maryland Scenic 2-8-0 prepares for a runby at Brush Tunnel. This was the first of two "Farewell to 734" charters... (more)
NS 4400 aproaching Wrench Road Crossing this shot was taken by my wife Crystal while I was at work
Classic scene from 734 Final photo freight.
So long you won't be missed! After a nearly two week daylight maintenance curfew on the Philly Sub, W035 returns track equipment to Rocky Mount, seen westbound at White Marsh.
NS 13R is done switching Vardo and is coming through Rench Rd in Hagerstown,MD with the first locomotive freshly painted.
"FEED THE BEAST"
Fireman Richard Butterworth slings a shovelful of coal into the hot belly of Baldwin 2-8-0 WMSR 734 between the Narrows and Helmstetter's Curve
A rather short Q301 through Perryville, MD coming up on the west end of Aiken siding.
Local D732-12 returning to Baltimore westbound on the former B&O Baltimore to Philadelphia mainline.
The station on the left was the former B&O Aberdeen station, and was recently moved back fro... (more)
2-8-0 #734 screams out the west portal of Brush Tunnel on the former WMRY mainline out of Cumberland.