U825, with export coal for Baltimore, rolls east on the OML.
A pair of lease units bring the empty autorack train Q249 west with the OFOX 2797 and CEFX 3118 past the Brunswick, MD station.
A pair of veteran SD40-2's hauling the daily morning Jessup empties west on the Met.
Amtrak P030-14 flies by the busy Shady Grove WMATA station with AMTK #406 trailing.
Empty oil train K145-11 approaches the Muirkirk MARC station on track 1.
Having dropped its mixed freight out of Baltimore at Jessup, Q249 departs the yard on the westbound storage track, with its train of empty autoracks.
Weary commuters disembark into a cold, wet winter.
Finally back up to a full consist, Amtrak's eastbound Capitol Limited skates along the icy Metropolitan Sub.
Each unit is uniquely interesting:
#824: 1 of 14 active P40DC's on Amtrak
After stopping and flagging Randolph Rd, these crude oil empties start to build back up to track speed.
Empty oil train K043-06, with a colorful lashup, speeds westbound in the snow at White Marsh.
The last rays of light are shinning as the NS 747 heads north with SD70ACE 1095 on the point through the fields near Maugansville Maryland
Q373 hammers westbound at White Marsh with a trio of EMD standard cab units.
The wild lashups on the empty oil trains on the Philly Sub continue to not disappoint. K043-06 speeds west through the interlocking at East Aiken.
The Norfolk and Western Railway only built about 15 miles into the state of Maryland, but it is very fortunate that almost every bit of it is extremely picturesque! Here is Train No. 204 heading n... (more)