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.
Q398 has now reached its final destination of Locust Point Yard. They will continue to slowly pull down to the yard office and will then tie down the train. The coal loads are an oddity and are ... (more)
The conductor has walked ahead, switches are lined, and its time to finally yard the train. The walkway above connects the two portions of Under Armour's campus that are separated by the street a... (more)
Approaching its final destination of Locust Point Yard, CSX Q398 slowly eases through Leadenhall Street Interlocking at Restricted Speed. The venerable CPL dwarf in the foreground is dwarfed by t... (more)
On a cold and windy Saturday morning, a pair of Maryland Transportation Authority LRVs roll to a stop at the Camden Yards station in downtown Baltimore. After a handful of passengers board, the pa... (more)
The other side of this sign says "Union RR." Remnants of the past, such as this one, are still in good condition along the NEC. You just have to know where to look. Photo taken on RR property w... (more)
A CSX yard job en route to the Mt. Winans Overflow for some work.
Q296 is eastbound by the grade crossing at
Ridgeley St. in Baltimore.
Just a few hundred yards from its destination, a pair of NS 80macs head into the afternoon sun.
Streamlined They don't make 'em like they used to.
Baltimore Penn Station has some beautiful stained glass in the ceiling.