Arriving at Locust Point Yard, Q403-13 rounds the loop as it proceeds through the old coal yard. In the background are USNS Antares, and USNS Denebola both of which are ready reserve Navy ships d... (more)
Having pulled empties from Lehigh Cement, the Canton crew is about to cross S. Clinton St, as they make their way back to the coal yard.
A Canton crew pulls empties from the Lehigh Cement pier.
A Canton crew waits for a forklift to move a steel plate off the tracks, so they can pull empties from the Lehigh Cement pier.
Having just entered the Locust Point Branch at HB, R389-04 is east on track 1, as it rounds the bend just west of Leadenhall St, on it's way to Locust Point Yard. On track 2 sits X388-04, who's he... (more)
“Jesus Saves”Despite the signage, the same can’t be said of the Chessie System livery, the elimination of which would begin within two weeks of this photo, with the re- paint/numbering ... (more)
Having just gone through the interlocking at Carroll, W054-27, with a Balfour-Beaty under cutter in tow, approaches the Bush St grade crossing, eastbound on track 2 of the Baltimore Terminal Subdi... (more)
The newly repainted CSX/B&O 6344 is the former Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4446, photographed at Riverside on June 29, 1986. This is the first locomotive painted at a Chessie shop in the new CSX sch... (more)
Deadhead office car special, P900-15, speeds east on the single main, approaching the western portal of the Howard St Tunnel.
Loaded ethanol train K498-08, with an old school leader, crosses the Patapsco River, as it approaches Curtis Bay Yard.
Little Joe Stalin’s Locomotives
That’s what Milwaukee Road crews called that road’s twelve big electrics that were nearly identical to this South Shore example, seen here at the B&... (more)
Q409-04 with an ex New York Central E9 in the consist, rolls through the interlocking at Carroll, with downtown Baltimore towering above in the background.
Loaded coal train 862 approaches O'Donnell St on the President St Branch.
Detour empty ethanol train K659-08, emerges from the western portal of the Howard St Tunnel and goes through the interlocking at HB.
In 1927, the Baltimore and Ohio ordered 20 P-7 class Pacifics for service on the New York – Washington Royal Blue Line service. In an attempt to gain notice fr... (more)