Western Maryland 734 disguised as WM 729 leads a freight west.
Appropriate cars to be bringing up the markers on the first revenue run of the restored Amtrak GG-1 No. 4935; PRR No. 120, "Pennsylvania," and "Lionel-Ives," formerly PRR "... (more)
The CR 4426 South, with its Penn Central nose-herald still intact, has traffic stopped on E. Bel Air Avenue as it rolls a manifest toward Baltimore at approximately 50 mph. The 4426 was built by ... (more)
A 1966-built Western Maryland SD40 is bracketed by a C&O SD40 in the lead with a B&O GP40-2 trailing. All three units could have used a trip to the wash rack.
The 957 clatters through Oak Interlocking on its way to Washington, DC. No. 957 was built as an E60CH (equipped with head-end power) by General Electric for Amtrak in November, 1975, and was late... (more)
A Regional runs up the NEC northbound on a busy Saturday afternoon.
WM FA1s 301, 302, 303, and 304 plus SD40 7434 passing F7A 59. A Roger Puta Photograph
501 Heading for the turntable at Frostburg to lead
her train back down to Cumberland.
A trio of E-44s with a manifest freight are heading north on No. 3, passing Substation No. 17. Leader No. 4430 was built by General Electric for the Pennsylvania Railroad in January, 1962.
The 952 is wheeling 16 cars southbound on No. 3, passing the construction site of the new Chelsea Road overpass, which is being built to eliminate the Michaelsville Road grade crossing. The consi... (more)
A Budd-Westinghouse MU car leads a southbound train past the classic Deepwater Green Penn Central station sign at 100 mph.
The 953 rounds the big curve at Aberdeen with one of the Florida-bound trains; probably either "The Silver Meteor" or "The Champion," due in Baltimore a little after 6:00 p.m. ... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
The President A Roger Puta Photograph
A scene not to be repeated with Conrail and CPLs in Brunswick, Maryland.