Fall is beautiful in any conditions! Even on an overcast day the season shines, if you have the leaves!
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A Conrail intermodal train is southbound on the President St. Branch in Baltimore. It is crossing under CSX's Sparrow's Point Subdivision.
Plumes go UP! From time to time we have seen a shot taken from a cab window of a train on a bridge, pointing down. This is the reverse view.
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Pusher Service! Western Maryland 2-8-0 729 is earning its keep helping a freight up the former Cumberland & Pennsylvania line toward Frostburg, seen here crossing the second of two bridges ... (more)
CSX U833 loaded hopper train comes through town as it the Amtrak station.
Western Maryland 2-8-0 waits to depart Cumberland Md with another local freight. Thanks to Pete Lerro for changing 734 to 729. Thank you Pete for another A+ charter.
On its way back to Ridgeley after making a transfer run to the B&O yard in Cumberland, Western Maryland 2-8-0 729 leads a caboose hop over the basin at the western end of the Chesapeake & Ohio Can... (more)
SD40-2 8431 is seen at Bay View in Baltimore in 1995.
WMSR 502 brings the local into the C&P station.
An evening MARC train runs west on no. 2 track through Rockville, past an eastbound Metro train on the parallel WMATA Red Line. Photographed from the Indianola Drive overpass.
A westbound empty coal train passes the former site of JD Tower on CSX's Capital Subdivision in 1996.
R403 is westbound on the Philadelphia Subdivision in Baltimore, passing through one of the many tunnels between Clifton Park and Mt. Royal.
R191 is westbound on no. 2 track at Mt. Winans in Baltimore in 1995.
Ex-Seaboard B36-7 5852 leads a westbound covered hopper train through Lansdowne on CSX's Capital Subdivision.
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)