HIGH HOOD GP9 498 LEADS GP10 752 AND GP38 2197 SOUTH OUT OF HAGERSTOWN. 2016 MARKS THE RAILROADS 100TH ANNIVERSARY, ORIGINALLY NAMED THE WINCHESTER AND WARDENSVI... (more)
HIGH HOOD GP9 498 LEADS GP10 752 AND GP38 2197 BY GOWER'S FEED MILL ON THE FORMER CVRR/PRR/PC/CR ROUTE SOUTH OUT OF HAGERSTOWN. 2016 MARKS THE RAILROADS 30TH A... (more)
A westbound empty stone train bound for the Shenandoah Sub is lead by a pair of GP-15s (CSXT 1552 & CSXT 1553) and a GP40-2 (CSXT 6388.
Intermodal train 203 passes the Mason Dixon Line in early January, 2016 in fog which has settled in the Cumberland Valley.
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34A with a pair of SD80MAC's, speeds south on track 1 of the NEC.
On a picture perfect fall day, 734 is nearing the Frostburg station with a full train enjoying the experience of steam powered rail travel.
One day after a major snowstorm hits the Hagerstown area. NS 228 derailed 10 cars on the south end of the yard including the one sitting off the rail and sideways.
Dressed for the Chessie, former Reading T-1 2101 hauls the Chessie Steam Special over the famous Thomas Viaduct to help celebrate the Sesquicentennial of the first railroad in America, the B&O.
Lease unit switching at Mexico Junction
An Acela heads north up the center track at full speed. Odenton has seen many trains pass by since a station was first built there by the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad (already under PRR control... (more)
Working hard up the hill out of Woodcock Hollow. Steep
here, and 734 is working hard with a long train.
Empty oil train K143-19 approaches the Hollins Ferry Rd grade crossing on track 1, as downtown Baltimore towers in the distance.
The last train to Frostburg not only marks the end of another season, but also the end of an era. This is the last public excursion for the 734, as she will be disassembled as part of the 1472 d... (more)
Amtrak's first Metroliner "paint scheme" is seen in this photo, with an Amtrak sticker simply pasted over the Penn Central heralds. No. 859 is a Budd-GE parlor/snack car, equipped with ... (more)
Western Maryland 734 disguised as WM 729 leads a freight west.