Y131 pulls Q032's Baltimore setoff off the run around track at Bayview and prepares for the trip to Seagirt, as the utility man looks on.
Brand new SD70MAC CSX 716 leads a westbound empty coal train by WB Tower in Brunswick, MD in late September 1997.
Rounding the bend before entering the BWI station, one of the white Star strobes is captured blinking on this "toaster" (one of the nicknames given to this locomotive for its aesthetic similarity ... (more)
A white strobe is caught blinking on this DC traction meatball (nicknamed after Swedish meatballs due to the locomotive's Swedish design) as it pulls into BWI.
An eastbound Autorack train led by SD50 8595 heads east out of the siding at East Reel on February 18, 1996. This train was detouring on the Old Main Line because of the Amtrak/Marc collision two ... (more)
Baltimore Terminal relief job Y139 takes an empty train out of CONSOL west across the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision, crossing the Jones Falls. A road crew will board the train at Lansdowne for t... (more)
Bennett Levin's E8's and 2 cars deadhead back to Philadelphia after pulling the "Susquehanna Limited" the day before.
Q138 snakes through Canton Railroad's Penn Mary Yard en route to the Seagirt Marine Terminal.
An Amtrak HHP-8 leads a southbound train over the Susquehanna River Bridge as a new day dawns.
Bound for Boston, an Acela with a 5 AM departure out of Washington DC makes great time beating sunrise to Perryville, Maryland, seen here just before 6 AM, having just crossed the Susquehanna Rive... (more)
Life on this Acela is an atmosphere of winding down from the work day; getting one step closer to home.
K531 with bauxite loads for ALCOA at Massena, NY hammers east on the main, as a LORAM ballast cleaner awaits track time, in the clear, on the Perryville Branch.
On a cold evening in Aberdeen, Amtrak 904 approaches with a typical regional. Soon, the AEM-7's will meet the same fate as the E60's. Get your pictures while possible...
24M with the Wabash heritage unit leading is at O'Donnell St on the President Branch as he prepares to shove his train into the intermodal terminal at Lombard St.
B&O #3684 heads a small display train in front of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum displacing both C&O steam engines, #1309 - a 2-6-6-2, and #2705 - a 2-8-4 that had long been on display. ... (more)