Loaded ethanol train K630-15 is east on track 2 of the Curtis Bay Branch crossing the Patapsco River. Just ahead lies Curtis Bay Yard, the final destination on this train's long journey.
"ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN"
The streamlined Hudson sits outside the North Machine Shop at the museum and is seen looking in. I imagine with sad puppy dog eyes wondering what it has don... (more)
NS train 13R is shown passing the soon to be replaced signals at Vardo Interlocking as it makes its Hagerstown setoff..
"POINTING AT HISTORY"
Venerable Western Maryland Railway F7 236 points towards the Mount Clare Roundhouse in Baltimore as part of the B&O Museum.
For this and other photos p... (more)
"ROYAL BLUE LINE"
No. 445 was built by the Pullman Company for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western around 1890. During the Fair of the Iron Horse, the No. 445 was rebuilt to r... (more)
"MOUNT ROYAL STATION"
Tucked in a bowled out hollow in the northern outskirts of downtown Baltimore stands this stone monument and a reminder of the city's past in railroad h... (more)
Maryland Midland 102 works at Walkersville, MD in Nov. 1980
The eastbound Capitol Limited passes under what was the Western Maryland's Cumberland - Hagerstown main.
The ties that bind. Loaded tie train W022-09 is eastbound at Poplar on the Philly Sub.
Q370 pulls down onto the main for headroom, passing by the soon to be replaced B&O CPL signal at Mexico.
The Capitol Limited passes by the remnants of Kensington's snow cleanup, which in part made use of a patch of grass near the station.
Q410 is eastbound through the interlocking at Baileys, as it passes M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Baltimore Ravens.
This Baltimore and Ohio I 17a Caboose sits on display
at Oakland Maryland's lovely Baltimore and Ohio
Depot. Nicely restored, inside and out by A J Savopolos,
during 2013/2014, with help, he ... (more)
The Western Maryland helper is standing at Ridgely yard across from Cumberland, MD. I shot the F7s during a two-day fan trip that covered the entire WM behind NKP 2-8-4 759
One of the "ugly duckling" Geeps chop-nosed by the Western Maryland's Hagerstown Shops awaits its fate. The unit was built by EMD in February, 1955 as WM Class DS-24 No. 30.