The old Union RR sign has survived many decades, tucked against a catenary pole. The other side of this sign says "Pennsylvania RR," and I'd guess it was the boundary between the two roads, but am... (more)
Pulling out of Baltimore.
Baltimore Penn Station
To Railfan is to Photograph! Patrons take a close look at the 734 as the Lerro Productions team starts to close down the evening photo shoot.
For other shots from the Anniversary weeken... (more)
The eastbound Rockrunner passes Georgetown Jct. on the Metropolitan Subdivision in 1996.
Western Maryland 734 crosses the rt 40 bridge. The morning sun shines on the front giving an extra glow
Rain did not deter railfans from enjoying the 25th anniversary weekend at the WMSR on Saturday.
For other shots from the Anniversary weekend, go Railroad: Western Maryland Scenic RailroadLocomotive: Steam 2-8-0Location: Frostburg, Maryland, USALocomotive #: WMSR 734Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: September 21, 2013
Waiting passengers watch as a through-train rushes through "up the middle."
Exiting the B&P Tunnel on its way into the station.
MP15AC 1174, in fresh YN2 paint, pulls a cut of cars east at Locust Point in Baltimore.
A Washington D.C. bound passenger train speeds past the closed tower at Landover on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
A westbound MARC train rolls through the interlocking at Derwood on CSX's Metropolitan Subdivision.
Pushing into BWI, passengers waiting on the opposite platform watch this MARC train slow to a stop.
Pulling into BWI on a fine summer evening.
Cumberland, MD 7/9/2012 - Passing underneath the B&O's Mountain Subdivision mainline to Grafton, WV, a pair of Western Maryland six-axle EMD's are on the Number Two Secondary track of the former W... (more)