MDDE 1202 has 2 hoppers for Wegner Feeds
A southbound Metroliner is rocketing over the 4-lane grade crossing in Aberdeen; speed here was usually between 105-110 mph. No. 813 is still in service, as cab-control car 9646.
Bygone days on the NEC- wood ties, GG1-powered passenger trains of heritage cars, and rubberized grade crossings.
Q403-29 passes Under Armour and Domino Sugar as it rounds the loop at Locust Point Yard.
An eastbound coal train rolls under the former Western Maryland's Cumberland-Hagerstown main line at North Branch, MD.
Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad GE 70-Tonner yard switcher No. 50, "American Freedom Train" 4-8-4 No. 1 (former Reading Railroad No. 2101) manufactured by Baldwin Locomotive Works and C... (more)
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 4-6-2 Pacific No. 5300 "President Washington" (built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in February 1927) and Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 4-6-4 Streamlined Hudson No. ... (more)
An empty hopper train departs Cumberland on the Mountain Sub.
Historic Point of Rocks railroad station marks the junction between CSX's "Metropolitan Subdivision" from Washington, DC to Weverton, MD and the "Old Main Line Subdivision" from Baltimore, MD. A w... (more)
Q317 rolls across the stone viaduct in Cumberland, Md. as it departs Cumberland on the "old main line".
The "Spirit of Cumberland" leads empty autorack train Q217-24, west across the Thomas Viaduct.
An eastbound CSX unit coal train switches onto the old B&O Metropolitan Sub, passing the new flood-proof relay boxes
WMSR 734 sends gray-black plumes of smoke into the air on a Carl Franz Photo Special. Compare to photo 626963 - do you prefer sun or overcast conditions?
Y131 brings Q031's Baltimore pickup up the hill from the Seagirt Marine Terminal to Bayview, as it crosses over O'Donnell St on the Sparrows Point Industrial Track.
Countless Alco switchers were rebuilt with Caterpillar or Cummins engines, and sold to small mine operations throughout Appalachia. Most had their cabs removed or sealed s... (more)