Under cloudy skies on the Georges Creek Railway sit a chop nose Western Maryland EMD GP 9 # 25 originally purchased by the Western Maryland Railway in May 1954, Western Maryland ALCO FA 2 # 303 or... (more)
Returning to the yard in Union Bridge from Keymar is UBYS, the local yard switcher that was the only daylight move on the MMID this day. The short push/pull train is passing by the former Western ... (more)
"Through the Grips of Old Man Winter:" A gray engine on a gray day...time to get creative! The eastbound Capitol Limited, lead by Engineer Garth Nasser, rolls through Brunswick, MD i... (more)
Northbound trains have a whistle board to blow for just prior to the bridge, providing just enough warning to get your camera ready.
A Northeast Regional rides high above the water.
"Snowy Commute:" Slowing for its second to last stop of the evening, MARC P881 arrives at Point of Rocks, MD to unload its passengers into a snow filled station.
Shortline railroading at its best. Having never shot the MMID before a couple friends and I set out to chase it's run from Union Bridge to Highfield. However, we found out that that run would not ... (more)
I hope whoever lives in the green house likes trains and boats.
Z4R passes under the former PRR position light signals at CP Minnick on the Port Road.
It's 13 degrees outside and a brisk wind is blowing across the Susquehanna River. But, pay no attention to the weather as another Reybold oil train, Z4R, is heading down the Port Road with the Rea... (more)
The fisherman saw me before this train came, and I heard them talking among themselves about what I was doing. My hobby is not much different their theirs; being outside, planning, waiting, and t... (more)
Easily the most scenic portion of the NEC between WAS and NYP.
Just a few hundred yards from its destination, a pair of NS 80macs head into the afternoon sun.
Today's NS 590 races an Amtrak regional toward Baltimore.
My money's on the meatball.
A southbound Amtrak train kicks up a rather significant rooster tail as it highballs toward Baltimore.