K276 approaches the grade crossing at Bush Street with an ex-con visible in the far background.
The last AM train for Baltimore rolls past an installation of B&O CPLs at Bush Street.
After breaking into daylight upon leaving the Howard St. tunnel, 171 makes a hard right at Baileys Wye. The track in foreground is the Locust Point Sub and the stadium in background is home to th... (more)
This is the old B&O grain elevator adjacent to Locust Point yard. It has been out of service since 2002 and there are now plans to convert it into a residential structure.
Heavy rush hour traffic on a Friday afternoon makes it tough to switch the GAF plant!
The train is actually stopped and is about back up away from grade crossing. Most people passing through here didn't even give the train a second look!
This Canton train is working the GAF plant, one of the largest customers on the railroad. In the far right background a CSX train can be seen at Penn Mary yard, a facility used by both railroads.
A CSX yard crew switches autoracks at Penn Mary. This yard serves GM's minivan plant which produces Chevrolet Astros, a vehicle which GM plans to discontinue in the near future.
Canton crew switching an industry next to NS's line to Consol.
Light power from Bay View crossing over at Canton.
409 heads west on the Philly Sub, approaching center city Baltimore.
Cab control car conversion sitting inside repair building
Ex-CP SW1200RS in Baltimore rebult by RailRhodes in Monroe, GA.