Maiden Voyage: CORP 2066 is the former Maryland Midland 306. Today it made it's first revenue run in it's new paint scheme. Five of the Midland's GP38-3s are being repainted in the G&W corporate s... (more)
After dropping off loads and grabbing empties from the Dickerson Incinerator, dedicated Trash Job D765 sprints back east to the trash loading plant in Derwood. Gotta love the matched pair of SD40... (more)
Passing through a small dot on the map called Lantz, MD the Maryland Midland Union Bridge to Highfield Turn heads down the hill towards Thurmont, MD. There it will set out two box cars, then head ... (more)
Empty oil train with UP and CP leaders heads west on the Metropolitan Sub towards Cumberland.
UP 5515 leads CSX K059 westbound off the Old Main Line and onto the Metropolitan Subdivision at Point of Rocks, Maryland.
Six photographers waited at this location to capture the UBHF passing through Detour, MD. The last days of the MMID paint scheme are being well documented. The fleet is being repainted into the G&... (more)
This is shortline railroading. A lone Maryland Midland GP38, long hood forward, hauls one car up the Catoctin grade south of Sabillasville, MD. At Highfield it will drop the center beam flat at th... (more)
Many relics remain along the old Baltimore mainline of the former Western Maryland Railway. These signal masts stand at the western leg of the Catoctin Horseshoe Curve near Sabillasville, MD. The ... (more)
The Union Bridge switcher heads down the siding to Lehigh Cement.
On a cold and windy Saturday morning, a pair of Maryland Transportation Authority LRVs roll to a stop at the Camden Yards station in downtown Baltimore. After a handful of passengers board, the pa... (more)
GCK 154 waiting on restoration, along with WMRY 303 and 25 hibernate on this cold day at the Dawson siding with some rolling stock.
WM 25, 303 and GCK 154 hibernate on this cold day at the Dawson siding with some rolling stock.
My first sighting of a train on the Old Main Line in many years. As the train was crawling at some 5 mph or less, I was easily able to drive over to St. Denis and see it again. My first "chase" ... (more)
Many local railfans have expressed a desire to live in the house on the hill!
Passing by the locale known in the WM days as Medford Station for which the crossing is named.