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)
With much of Baltimore still proudly displaying it's B&O heritage, a MARC commuter train is just moments from arriving at Camden Station.
An early afternoon CSX train passes over the Jones Falls River in Baltimore. This bridge belonged to the Baltimore Belt Line and underneath it the Northern Central used to run to York PA. In the c... (more)
This pair of big GE's seemed a bit out of place tied down next to a garage on this old industrial spur on Baltimore's north east side. This is a popular railfanning location and the busy Baltimo... (more)
Sometimes you just get lucky! - This was my first visit to Baltimore and the morning of exploration had just begun when we pulled up to Boston St. Within minutes of arriving at the crossin... (more)
American Made! - A couple of classics of American Industrial might face off at the busy Boston St. crossing on the east side of Baltimore. The NS local is working its way down the Bear Cre... (more)
Two Canton Railroad jobs have congregated just south of Boston St. as they go about their chores working the myriad industries in this eastern part of Baltimore. The SW1500 is of SP heritage and ... (more)
Competion - On my first visit to the Baltimore area I spent a good half day in the Canton area on the east side of the harbor exploring the maze of industrial trackage. This heavily indust... (more)
On my first visit to the Baltimore area I spent a good half day in the Canton area on the east side of the harbor exploring the maze of industrial trackage. While Baltimore is rightfully known as... (more)
Three helper engines make their way from Locus Point west towards the Old Main Line with Baltimore's skyline lit by the afternoon sun.
Taken from Hollin's Ferry Road, this area is fairly hard ... (more)
One of the new MARC units.
Spring Morning Light at St. Denis.
I was recently notified by the MTA that the engineer in this picture is retiring soon. I wish him a very happy and satisfying retirement.
Jones Road Tree Tunnel
There is one thing for certain. For its size, WM had some very diverse scenery, from the urban docks of Baltimore to the wooded hollows of West Virginia, and everything in between. On a hazy Nov... (more)
Weather-beaten, "bloody nose" GG-1 has B&P tunnel protection duty this day as it rests near the station.