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America’s first streamlined passenger diesel, Baltimore & Ohio’s 1937 EMC EA 51, has been in the B&O museum for twenty-seven years in this 1981 view. Beyond the 51 is ... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio “wagontop” caboose C-2478 was one of a hundred built by B&O’s Keyser, West Virginia shops in 1941. After a thirty-nine year career, it was retired, and received a full restoration... (more)
A 1981 visit to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore yielded this group of locomotives, representing four distinct types of mid-century mainline motive power mau... (more)
WM 734 Pushes a train West. These were the good ol days
A Northeast Regional heads southbound over the Susquehanna River with the Phase III Amfleet Office Car named "Beech Grove."
A Northeast Regional heads southbound over the Susquehanna River.
One inbound, one outbound.
The Capitol Limited passes the Metro Twinbrook station. Hopefully all of the complicated hardware seen on the Metro tracks (lower 2) are being looked at as part of the SafeTrack effort, a series ... (more)
An Amtrak Northeast Regional approaches the platform at high speed in Seabrook. The engineering involved to make a train go this fast some six inches or less from a platform is amazing to see ever... (more)
An old MHC now in MOW service sports the US Mail Contractor logo many MHCs received.
One of the last Hippos in operation in the world, HHP8 4915 moves away from Seabrook with a fairly loaded train bound for Washington DC.
DC bound commuter train on the old Penn Route shoving its way into the Beltway where MP54s once trundled.
An MPI MP36PH-3C leads a Washington to Baltimore rush hour train as it pulls into Seabrook to pick up passengers.
Maryland Midland's UBEG thunders around a left-hander in run 8 near Avondale.