As the sun begins to set, a father and son watch a CSX work train hustle by from the historic Point of Rocks station.
A westbound empty hopper train waits for the signal to enter the yard as eastbound Amtrak No. 704, the "Blue Ridge" passes Mexico Tower in Cumberland, MD on March 21, 1976 with P30CH No. 714.
The westbound Capitol Limited passes through Brunswick, Maryland, with the Veterans Unit (AMTK 42) in the second spot.
CSXT 6504 pilots a trainload of Maryland Midland interchange traffic down the west side of the Catoctin Mountains on the former Western Maryland Railway mainline. The train was picked up from the ... (more)
Maryland Midland's morning crew waits patiently for the competition to clear before pulling a single covered hopper from the Walkersville mill and returning to Union Bridge. This trackage was once... (more)
Re-routed "Salad Shooter' R091-28 is seen flying through the recently constructed 'Cloppers' Interlocking here between Gaithersburg and Germantown, MD.
650 with export coal loads for the CONSOL Marine Terminal is south on the NS President St Branch approaching O'Donnell St. To the right a trackmobile sits idle at Cambridge Iron and Metal Company... (more)
Q032 hammers east on the Philly Sub at Poplar, passing Castrol Lubricants.
Brunswick Railroad Festival
The high priority empty "Salad Shooter" Q091, is seen here flying through the West end of Jessup Yard, rerouted via Baltimore due to a massive derailment in Fonda, NY. Not only is the train itsel... (more)
A Northeast Regional rolls into BWI.
Q249 with a pair of NS units, yards it's Baltimore freight at Jessup, where it will pickup it's empty autorack train for the trip west.
A Northeast Regional rounds the bend prior to entering BWI.
The Capitol Limited westbound passing Brunswick with the Amtrak 42 Veteran's unit. The logo features silhouettes of service members and ribbons and reads "America's Railroad Salutes Our Veterans."... (more)
A rare visitor to the Old Main Line, here CSX's Office Car Special rolls on over the Monocacy River as it rounds the curve into Frederick Junction.