A Western Maryland red/white F7 No.241 a few cars and a matching caboose moving through Hagerstown, Maryland WM yard . Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed.
WM SD40 7446; Delivered in red/white.
AAR Golden Spike Special A Roger Puta Photograph
Short end hood cut down by WM, beginning 2/62 with No.25, the only unit with two-piece windshield. Repainted to red/white; 27, 28, 29, 32, 35, 38, 39, 42, 43, Ex-EMD demo 7257 became WM 33.
An Amtrak work train approaches the MARC West Baltimore station.
To get a nice, unobstructed view of Baltimore Penn Station, you need to look from way above - lest the 51 foot tall aluminum sculpture entitled "Male/Female" block the way of this 1911 B... (more)
With the Golden Spike Special. A Roger Puta Photograph
HB48, with the lone OLS unit assigned to Baltimore on the point, passes 5th Avenue Yard on the Bear Creek Running Track, with a long train of export tractors destined for the Port of Baltimore Dun... (more)
I know it's an ALCO but there is a steam engine back there. WM 301 leads helpers for Reading 2102. A Roger Puta Photograph
With a steady rain falling, Bayview local HB48 passes a Canton Railroad crew working on their adjacent trackage.
The rarely-opened Susquehanna River bridge along Amtrak's Northeast Corridor was opened today for two sailboats to pass through out of the Havre de Grace Marine Center.
A short CSX trailer train, with Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4438 as the sole power, westbound approaching Poplar (mp 82.5) on CSX's (former B&O) Philadelphia Sub, on July 26, 1987. (Kodachrome)
It's 1055 as 34A with a pair of consecutively numbered SD80MAC's and a healthy train, is south on Amtrak crossing the Gunpowder River, and approaching GUNPOW interlocking.
“The Heartbreak of Corrosion”Rust has taken its toll on the best part of the B&O paint scheme—the Capitol Dome emblem—on the nose of this GP40, acting as lead unit on a westbound manife... (more)
Q217 with a pair of BNSF pumpkins, adds a splash of color on a cloudy day, as it crosses the historic Thomas Viaduct.