This is a photo I took a long time ago but never spent the time to get onto RP. I used to work down town on Monday mornings and I would go down to Bush Street before work. CSX 85 is heading north ... (more)
A well-labeled switchstand quietly takes care of business as Q174, after setting off a cut of cars for Baltimore, heads out for New Jersey on a bright sunny winter day. This engine has since been... (more)
#4 starts its train Eastward towards the B&O museum prior to a day's worth of trips. Behind the locomotive are the crumbling remains of the former "tender kitchen" repair facility.
With a camera crew in the cab and on the ground producing a documentary, the B&O 25 makes all the sound and fury she can muster on an early morning run.
An afternoon train peaks its head out of the Baltimore Belt Tunnels. These tunnels allow the train to pass under heavily inhabited parts of Baltimore before crossing the Jones River and plunging i... (more)
Inbound to Camden Yards, rolling under that "perfect" CPL.
100 degrees and barley 9:30am. Even in the shade it was miserably hot. I ended up driving around kind of disjointed trying to find a place to rail fan before work where the police or business peop... (more)
A short train heads towards Baltimore early in the morning. These CPL's so far have avoided replacement. Only CSX knows how long that reprieve will last.
The white block in the background is a... (more)
The CSX belt line approaches Baley's Wye in downtown Baltimore. I've always amused by the large Geico sign.
A high priority piggy back train operated track speed through the Terminal Subdivision of Baltimore.
An afternoon Canton crew switches out GAF in Baltimore's industrialized Canton District.
CTN 1501 switches a cut of gondolas along Boston Street in Baltimore.
A colorful MARC painted GP39H-2 leads a commuter train into Camden Station, passing by a photogenic B&O CPL.
My 1,000th photo accepted to Railpictures displays MARC 20 passing by an assortment of "new" B&O CPL's bound for Baltimore's Camden Station. After doing some research, it appears that this is the ... (more)