A CSX slug set crosses the Carrollton Viaduct. Constructed in 1829, this is the world's oldest railroad bridge still in active service.
Three things in this photo that are no longer here: Ex-B&O GP40 6621, ex-Seaboard GP40 6775 and the General Motors Baltimore assembly plant at Penn Mary. The plant closed in 2005 and was later de... (more)
An SW1500 spots a tank car at Sherwin Williams' Baltimore plant near Mt. Winans.
A northbound Amtrak train exits B&P Tunnel as it prepares to stop at Baltimore's Penn Station.
The Carolinian pulls into Baltimore Penn Station.
An SD40-2 pulls a cut of cars down the lead to Mt. Winans Yard in West Baltimore.
An afternoon MARC commuter train, on its way from Riverside Yard to Camden Station, passes up a CSX grain train on the Locust Point Subdivision. Photographed from the I-395 overpass.
An ex-Chessie GP38 switches a cut of covered hoppers at Locust Point. The historic Baltimore and Ohio Locust Point Grain Terminal Elevator can be seen in the background. It has recently been rede... (more)
K943 has just left the South Baltimore Industrial Track and is onto the Hanover Subdivision at Westport.
In this busy city scene, empty oil train K055-20 exits the western portal of the Howard St tunnel, and passes the Hamburg St MTA light rail station, as the lead unit approaches Baileys Wye.
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.
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.
Ex-B&O GP38 2118 works Seawall Yard in Baltimore.
Q297 is westbound on number one track at CX Tower (Carrolls) in Baltimore back in 1995.