A set pf vintage B&O power lays over in Brunswick, MD, during a motive power shortage in mid-1980.
MMID 304 running as a single unit, heads north on the MDOT, to switch cars at Ferrell Gas.
MMID 303 brings up the rear of a UBTT, heading north on the MDOT line, destinations Keymar and Taneytown.
Locomotives tucked behind the north car shop at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD
Maryland Midland 300 is seen leading two sister units that have been recently repainted into the G&W corporate scheme as they prepare to pull rock loads from the quarry in Woodsboro, MD.
Members of the clergy from Brunswick's Grace Episcopal Church await the commuters returning from Washington DC to offer the imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday as part of their Ashes to Go effort... (more)
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.
A fascinating lineup of first generation EMDs populate the shop tracks at B&O's Cumberland Backshop in 1979.
Sunset is near as Regional train 71 heads south to Washington
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.
Get your shots of these before they're gone. Soon enough the NEC will be plastered with ACS-64s leaving the AEM-7 and HHPs in the history books.
The former B&O CPLs guard the east end of Cumberland Yard as a power set of Canadian Pacific and CSX engines change tracks. The CPLs are slated for replacement in the near future.