With a mix of Maryland DOT and Baltimore and Ohio RDC cars, train 39 from Washington DC travels through Forest Glen MD on a beautiful spring day. I think the second car came from the Roger William... (more)
Amtrak's Blue Ridge from Washington DC to Martinsburg WV, the first non Northeast Corridor train to receive Amfleet cars is seen here shortly after leaving the capital as it heads through Forest G... (more)
Hot on your heels! Two northbound Acela Express trains are stacked into Baltimore Penn Station on a morning when commercial power problems caused a bit of a snarl. It's not often you see s... (more)
Power problems A rather full station has diesels cutting away from an HHP on the left, an Acela departing on the right, and a Northeast Regional on the far right on a morning when an earli... (more)
The Western Maryland purchased two EMD BL2’s in 1948, and placed them in road service, where they remained for twenty years. In 1968, they were permanently assigned to yard service in Hagerstown, ... (more)
Some of the earlier CSX locomotive schemes featured blue trucks and fuel tank, as well as pilots. It looked pretty good when clean, but after a time, it might has well had been black. This is the ... (more)
Early AEM-7 action, at one of the bottlenecks on the NEC, where three tracks narrow to two, to cross the Bush River.
A West bound CSX Train led by CSXT 5492 clear Point of Rocks, MD.
A northbound 11-car Amfleet express passes the old PRR gooseneck lamp still standing sentinel on the southbound platform at Aberdeen. Change had come to the NEC in the mid-70s with new cars and l... (more)
2 "circus" trains on the Philly Sub in one day? If you can consider both the Strates Shows train and the Ringling circus train in the same category, then yes.
CSXT P922-01 is seen hol... (more)
734 blast out of Brush tunnel during the final photo freight of her 22 year run at the WMSR
734 does the final switching move of the day in Cumberland MD during the final photo freight by J Goodrich
Early E-60 action, with no windshield screens. Train is southbound by the old taxi stand at the Bel Air Avenue crossing. No. 965 was built by GE for Amtrak in June of 1975.
The Capitol Limited heads west under the Talbot Road bridge, an upside down turntable.
For other views at Georgetown Junction, go Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: GE P42DCLocation: Silver Spring, Maryland, USALocomotive #: AMTK 176Train ID: CSX P029Photo Date: April 24, 2016
Two ancient GG-1s with a bay-window caboose right behind their drawbars haul a manifest up the center freight track. No. 4811 was built by General Electric in July, 1935.