CSX #4726 makes a royal entrance under the wrought iron arches of the famed Mount Royal Station shed located on the former B&O line, now a major CSX artery of the eastern seaboard. To the right, t... (more)
Baltimore & Annapolis 70-Tonner No. 50 was putting the final touches on its train at the interchange with CSX in Baltimore, MD on Oct. 25, 1985.
Two cats come off the Mount Clare Sub and approach the busy junction with the Capital Sub at Carroll.
A CSX GP16 and a MARC RDC, time was running out for both when this picture was taken.
Ex-Family Lines MP15s were often found working the numerous yard and local jobs in Baltimore Terminal.
Arial view of St. Denis MARC station, with CSX 549 heading south towards DC.
Western Maryland GP-40s 3795-3797 roll through the yard at Port Covington after cutting off of the Stone Train. During 1982 Western Maryland locomotives were a common sight on the Stone Train and ... (more)
Brand new and getting pelted with heavy snow during the Blizzard of 2010.
The new face of MARC leads a mid day commuter train into downtown Baltimore on the Camden line.
The modified standard cab geep pushes a mid day commuter train out of Baltimore, and glides under those classic CPL signals.
The mighty Pennsylvania Railroad left it's mark on Baltimore when it built it's imposing Penn Station in 1911 about a mile and a half north of downtown. Originally called Union Station until 1928... (more)
Looking like a steam engine, this SD40-2 assigned to yard work at Bayview, is dispatched to assist the Q398 accorss town on the west side of Baltimore.
the engineer gives a friendly wave pulling east towards the Philadelphia Sub after setting off a cut of containers at Bayview.
Construction work made it impossible for CSX 2 to trigger the crossing until it was in the crossing; so the conductor had to step down and protect the crossing until the engine was through.