Running long hood forward, as it once did for the Southern Railroad, NS 5246 leads HB34 across Colgate Creek, on the Bear Creek Running Track, with export autos, destined for the Port of Baltimore... (more)
Q398 with an impressive lashup, rounds the loop at Locust Point Yard.
Bayview local HB48, approaches O'Donnell St on the President St Branch, with export autos for the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal in tow.
Baltimore Terminal transfer job Y301, with 55 cars out of Locust Point destined for Curtis Bay, is westbound on the South Baltimore Industrial Track approaching Waterview Ave. Downtown Baltimore,... (more)
Empty oil train K059-27 splits the signals at Huntingdon Ave, returning west to the CP at Chicago.
The steep grade on the Baltimore Belt Line between HB and Huntingdon Ave can be brutal on underpowered eastbound freights. Here we see Y134 with a very nice EMD trio, shoving Q216 across town.
HB01 with a load of export tractors for the Dundalk Marine Terminal, crosses Colgate Creek on the Bear Creek Running Track.
Originally constructed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1896, Mount Royal Station in Baltimore, MD, still stands pristine today. The station has been occupied by the Maryland Institute Colleg... (more)
In a busy President St Branch scene, HB02, en route to the Canton industrial area, overtakes HB01, with a pair of SD80MAC's for power, and export tractors for the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine ... (more)
L409 emerges from the short tunnel under the MTA light rail, as it approaches the eastern portal of the Howard St Tunnel.
Four Canton RR locos.
A long distance train pulls into Charm City on a calm winter evening.
Lacking AC in the lead unit, the crew does what they can to stay cool, as an off time Q341 descends 4 Runner to track 3 at West Baltimore.
HB48 with a single load of export John Deere tractors pauses on the lead to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal, awaiting security to open the gate.
With downtown Baltimore in the background, empty oil train K155-16 speeds west on the Baltimore Terminal Sub.