Amtrak AEM-7 electric #914 with southbound "Northeast Regional" train 95 from Boston, MA to Newport News, VA. Second unit dead in tow is AEM-7 #944.
Only the third day out for 501, she looks great in her new Western Maryland "Circus" colors. Seems to be a favorite of the riders, at least this day! Here she heads for the turntable at ... (more)
After pulling a grain train to Hagarstown via CSX trackage rights, light W&LE power rolls through Corriganville on its return trip to Connellsville and home rails. The lead unit is a Wisconsin Cen... (more)
The pushers on westbound Q317 pass the tower at Viaduct Junction in Cumberland. The two tracks to the left are the ex-B&O's old main line to the west.
A decade ago these red nosed wide cab GP40s were common power on MARC trains.
NS's Illinois Terminal Heritage unit leads a Baltimore bound loaded coal train as it will shortly enter the North East Corridor from the Port Road Branch.
An empty coal train makes its way off the North East Corridor and onto the Port Road Branch.
The entire consist of the northbound "Crescent" on the Susquehanna River bridge
Meeting Northeast Regional train 95; closing speed 180 mph
Sunset on the old NEC- doubleheaded GG1s, steam-heated Heritage cars, wooden ties, freight cars on the sidetrack, a PRR gooseneck lamp, and a Penn Central station sign.
A relatively clean E-60, sans windshield grilles, heads north with "The Murray Hill." The train is on a 4-hour schedule from DC to New York, compared to the approximate 3-1/2 hour sched... (more)