Three blue and gray geeps led by the Mobile Division Operation Redblock unit head west with a train of empties at Sandy Hook, MD. The 2048 began life as B&O 3848 and probably feels right at home h... (more)
COUNTRY CROSSIN' 548 and another AC pal lead empty hoppers thru a road crossing in the pretty Potomac Valley. The train will be crossing into West Virginia in moments, pickup a shuttle engine in... (more)
Star of the show! All of this day's pushers on Williamsport Hill are different: "hammerhead" RS-3. RS-3, F7(A), FA-2, GP7. But operating Alco FA units are especially scarce by 1972, and Williamspo... (more)
Autorack train Q249 races by Brunswick with the Q400 waiting on track 3 for its turn on the mainline.
Mix or match. Actually, all of this day's pushers on Williamsport Hill are different: "hammerhead" RS-3. RS-3, F7(A), FA-2, GP7.
Maryland Midland train UBEG rolls into Glyndon,Md. on May 3,1992 with Conrail GP35 number 2250 in charge. The MMID was leasing two Conrail GP-35s during 1992 due to a power shortage. All of the tr... (more)
The Great Allegheny Passage. Western Maryland 734 charges eastbound, off the Alt. Rte. 40 Bridge in Lavale, MD, on a murky fall morning. The segment of the former Western Maryland Connells... (more)
On the other side of this ridge sits the Potomac River and Harpers Ferry, WV. Its just after midnight and Q370 has the clear signal to proceed east and enters Harpers Ferry Tunnel. It's lights ill... (more)
In the backyard at the CSX's Cumberland Locomotive Shop. The light tan added on structure is the pre inspection and wash building. The locos on the left are probably due for some mechanical or ele... (more)
B&O E7 #74 at Cumberland, MD in July 1955. Photo by Bob Drake, collection of Tom Sink.
Top of the morning, Cumberland! Western Maryland 734 issues her wake-up call to the residents of Cumberland, Maryland as she thunders through City Junction at the crack of dawn, with a fast... (more)
What you won't see in Trains Magazine in March of the Cumberland Maryland Locomotive Shops
The Southbound Orange Blossom Special rolls through Elkridge, MD. on February 25,1986 on it's way to Richmond,Va.
T728 bound for the tidewater area of Virginia splits the ex B&O signals at Seneca Fill. Since this image Safetrans have been installed here as part of the resignaling of the Met Sub.