The newly repainted CSX/B&O 6344 is the former Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4446, photographed at Riverside on June 29, 1986. This is the first locomotive painted at a Chessie shop in the new CSX sch... (more)
Deadhead office car special, P900-15, speeds east on the single main, approaching the western portal of the Howard St Tunnel.
Loaded ethanol train K498-08, with an old school leader, crosses the Patapsco River, as it approaches Curtis Bay Yard.
Little Joe Stalin’s Locomotives
That’s what Milwaukee Road crews called that road’s twelve big electrics that were nearly identical to this South Shore example, seen here at the B&... (more)
Q409-04 with an ex New York Central E9 in the consist, rolls through the interlocking at Carroll, with downtown Baltimore towering above in the background.
Loaded coal train 862 approaches O'Donnell St on the President St Branch.
Detour empty ethanol train K659-08, emerges from the western portal of the Howard St Tunnel and goes through the interlocking at HB.
In 1927, the Baltimore and Ohio ordered 20 P-7 class Pacifics for service on the New York – Washington Royal Blue Line service. In an attempt to gain notice fr... (more)
The First E-Unit
A shortened version of the Royal Blue stands in Baltimore. Of course, this is not Camden Station, but rather the nearby Mount Clare shops complex, which has... (more)
An Amtrak work train approaches the MARC West Baltimore station.
To get a nice, unobstructed view of Baltimore Penn Station, you need to look from way above - lest the 51 foot tall aluminum sculpture entitled "Male/Female" block the way of this 1911 B... (more)
HB48, with the lone OLS unit assigned to Baltimore on the point, passes 5th Avenue Yard on the Bear Creek Running Track, with a long train of export tractors destined for the Port of Baltimore Dun... (more)
With a steady rain falling, Bayview local HB48 passes a Canton Railroad crew working on their adjacent trackage.
Y231-12, with a pair of Citirail GE's, doubles the outbound Q137, at the Port of Baltimore Seagirt Marine Terminal.
They were basically an Aircraft Tug/Pusher adapted for railcars. A Roger Puta Photograph