A venerable SW-1 works under Washington's wires.
A southbound NorthEast Direct crosses the bridge as a MARC commuter waits for clearance into Perryville.
Overview of power alongside the wash building.
Luck thirteen reflects on its impending departure with "The Ann Rutledge."
A C&NW freight passes a late-running Southwest Chief.
B&O's "William Mason" wears its movie livery, "Wanderer" for its starring role in "The Wild, Wild West."
GP7 5605 waits for assignment during "All Aboard Days" at the B&O Museum.
The 3684 was B&O's first GP-40.
The morning Verde Canyon train waits for passengers.
A former Washington Terminal Co. switcher moves coal into the power plant.
490 was built for the streamlined "Chessie."
Washington Chapter, NRHS, Oak Ridge Limited.
Service Stop for the Empire Builder at Havre.
Restored B&O 6607 pulls a B&O Museum excursion train.
PM 11 pulls a B&O Museum excursion train.