Originally a GP40TC, now GP38H-3, this work train locomotive travels light down the corridor.
Lacking AC in the lead unit, the crew does what they can to stay cool, as an off time Q341 descends 4 Runner to track 3 at West Baltimore.
Sunday evening freight train through Relay.
The pumpkins were pretty neat. The lineage is something like this ACL>SCL>SBD>CSX.
"WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS"
Rolling by the fertile farmlands of the Cumberland Valley, Norfolk Southern train 211 approaches Hagerstown, MD in a heavy downpour.
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Q439 speeds west at Lansdowne.
Empty oil train K059-27 speeds west on the main, passing Aiken siding, and the switch to the abandoned Perryville Branch.
Traffic on West Bel Air Avenue in downtown Aberdeen has come to a halt, as empty oil train K155-25 speeds west towards Baltimore.
Coming off the Old Main Line onto the Metropolitan Sub
HB48 with a single load of export John Deere tractors pauses on the lead to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal, awaiting security to open the gate.
Q032 speeds east on the main passing Van Bibber siding.
Work continues on C&O 1309. Volunteer worker cleans years of grime from the 1309's rods
In my first trip across the USA, I visited Cumberland . I could see several locomotives.
Empty oil train K059-17, with a CP leader, speeds west at White Marsh.
Western Maryland K-2 Pacific No. 202 was built by Philadelphia's Baldwin Locomotive Works in July 1912. After 40 years of an easy life on the railroad's rather spartan passenger service it was ret... (more)