D779 (The Loyer Turn) originated in Curtis Bay yard in Baltimore and makes its way west on The Old Main Line by HX Tower.
A small crowd has gathered at Dump Rd, just east of Bayview, as K057-10 with a sweet lashup, speeds west with the last light of day.
Q138 is seen at Bay View as it leaves the Philadelphia Subdivision and is now on the Sparrows Point Sub, nearing its terminus at Seagirt Marine Terminal.
Q373 with a UP leader, speeds westbound on the single track, approaching the West Bel Air Ave grade crossing in Aberdeen.
Arriving at Gaithersburg
Acela arrives and MARC leaves. Note the green light on the pantograph caused by an arc.
Kicking up the snow on a crisp morning.
"The Winchester & Western in Vardo yard"
WW 86 has arrived and switched it's train and is now reversing back on the yard lead at the southern end of Norfolk Southern's Vardo ... (more)
65R with the NYC heritage unit trailing, speeds south on Amtrak at Charlestown, MD.
The MARC 7100 sits in front of Camden Station, which was restored in 1992 and now houses a sports museum. The Bromo Seltzer Tower is seen on the upper left.
Slowing for its station stop
Life comes at you fast on the NEC even when the speed is restricted to 100 mph along this stretch..
Ex-B&O GP38 2118 works Seawall Yard in Baltimore.