Clinchfield #1 rests inside the B&O Railroad Museum's Roundhouse. #1 ran excursions in the 1970's, but today it is on static display.
An eastbound CSX train moves past the site of a roadway collapse in Baltimore, MD. During a torrential rain that reached a total of 6-7 inches over a few hours in some locations, 26th St collapse... (more)
Hitchcockesque birds loom in the background as Western Maryland power awaits its next assignment.
5608 and 1833 making a set off at Hamburg St. (HB Tower) in Baltimore. This was not a through freight, but a run that came over from the east side of town and was going to Riverside. From the Coll... (more)
Bayview local HB01 heads for the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal with a train of dimensional loads.
It's a nice sunny day in Baltimore.
Empty slab train K551 hammers east on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision, passing under the new westbound signal bridge at Bailey, as it starts to round the wye towards HB and the west end of the ... (more)
Locomotives tucked behind the north car shop at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD
Chessie 3802 was voted by TRAINS Magazine in 1982 as the All-American Locomotive, the engine is now preserved in full Chessie colors at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD
The Southern Heritage Unit backs the second cut of cars from 24M into the NS Lombard Street Yard in Baltimore.
Penn Station in Baltimore is one of the great classic stations in America and unlike many of the others, is still as busy (if not busier) than it ever was.
The second train to call under this symbol for today is lead by a "How Tomorrow Moves" ES44AC at the Bush Street crossing with the Baltimore skyline in the distance.
A light rail vehicle pulls into the Convention Center station in downtown.