CSX R171 (OBSS), with RF&P GP40 121 in the lead, is westbound approaching Poplar (mp 82.5) on B&O/CSX Philadelphia S.D. on July 5, 1987.
Richmond, Frederick and Potomac GP35 131 leads a southbound piggyback train as it storms across the huge truss bridge at Woodbridge, Virginia.
Mixed freight rolls southbound on the Richmond, Frederick and Potomac at Dumfries, Virginia. An RF&P GP40-2 is accompanied by a GP40, an SW1200, and a Seaboard System C36-8.
CSX R171 (the former OBSS), with RF&P GP40 121 in the lead, is westbound crossing the Thomas Viaduct on the B&O/CSX Washington S.D. on July 5, 1987.
A RF&P SW1500 and former Alco S2 slug work Potomac Yard. The entire yard has subsequently been removed, and the area gentrified with new residential and shopping areas.
OBSS (R171) powered by RF&P GP40-2 145 and GP40 126, plus three, westbound at White Marsh, MD on the Philadelphia Sub.(Kodachrome)
On April 19, 1986, CSX’ former Baltimore & Ohio Philadelphia line was experiencing signal problems. Trains were required to come to a complete stop and confirm block permission with the dispatcher... (more)
The Florida-bound Orange Blossom Special arrives from its Conrail origins at East Side Yard in Philadelphia. After a CSX crew goes on duty, the train will continue south to Richmond and poi... (more)
Three EMD’s in the final Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac paint scheme roll a southbound manifest through Doswell, Virginia.
Unused since 1958, Chesapeake & Ohio’s HN tower in Doswell, Virginia still stands watch over the crossing of the RF&P. Here the southbound Orange Blossom Special charges south on the RF&P a... (more)
It was impossible to get a wire-free photo of the joint C&O/RF&P passenger station at Doswell, Virginia. Here a one-car special passes the station during its southbound journey.
A southbound RF&P TOFC train is making track speed as it approaches the C&O diamond at Doswell, Virginia. The freight house is still extant in this May, 1982 view.
”Adrian, there’s another train under me!”After passing through the tunnel that is located under the east side of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Conrail Train TV-171, the Orange ... (more)
With a departure from Kearney, New Jersey in the wee hours of the morning, Conrail train TV-171, the southbound Orange Blossom Special usually arrived in Philadelphia just after first ligh... (more)
Passing the Amtrak Auto-Train terminal