As Q640 exits the yard for the Keystone Sub, the eastbound Capitol Limited comes into the station in Cumberland.
Here is 734 showing a nice patina after a few months of excursion work, running "light" with a caboose on an engineer training run.
Broadside on the "table" at Frostburg, 734 is a perfect
replica of a Western Maryland Consolidation, right
down to her big twelve wheel tender.
The flagman runs ahead of the Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad excursion train to flag the West Maple Road crossing as the train passes the Linthicum station. This is the B&A swan song, as the road ... (more)
Twilight is falling around the CPL signals inside the Cumberland Terminal known as West Hump. The signals are in their own twilight as their fellow brother and si... (more)
Pushers on coal train headed east on the Old Main Line (former B&O)
"THE END IS NEAR"
The B&O Sentinels time is running short as witness to the work being done on their replacements. L415 is making a cut to leave a shopped car in the yard. Q3... (more)
The Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad participated in the Ferndale Days celebration hosted by the town of Ferndale, Maryland. In 1986, the railroad offered excursions powered by a leased C&O NW2. Her... (more)
On the Aggregate Industries spur just off of CSX's Popes Creek Subdivision in southern Maryland, a former Santa Fe GP30u idles away on the south end of a rock train. A CSX crew will take the empty... (more)
"A SCENE SOON TO CHANGE"
CSX Q216 passes by the closed Mexico Tower and the soon to be replaced B&O CPL signals as E705 patiently waits with a new crew to head westward.
In addition to today's Class ! railroads and Amtrak, the Baltimore and Ohio CPL signals at Mexico at the east end of the Cumberland Terminal have seen a various degree... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
WM FA-2s 301, 302, 303, and 304 plus SD40 7434. A Roger Puta Photograph