"Silver Star" heading south
Running long hood forward, as it once did for the Southern Railroad, NS 5246 leads HB34 across Colgate Creek, on the Bear Creek Running Track, with export autos, destined for the Port of Baltimore... (more)
The 4896 has an easy task in pulling only three Heritage Cars by the northbound platform, nearing the Bel Air Avenue crossing. Note the old PRR gooseneck lamps to the left of the platform.
K145-05, with a CP leader, speeds westbound at White Marsh.
Snow in the DC forest: Foreign power passes through a woodsy scene in an otherwise-suburban area not far outside Washington DC.
Pan view of ex-PRR N8 "cabin car" 23370 trailing an SCL boxcar southbound toward Baltimore. The white dot after the road number signified that the caboose had a frame of sufficient stre... (more)
A GE-equipped car, not yet repainted but rebuilt with equipment moved to the roof, is southbound at Bel Air Avenue. The Metroliners had a shrill 2-chime horn, which really got your attention. Un... (more)
Q398 with an impressive lashup, rounds the loop at Locust Point Yard.
The westbound Capitol Limited passes the decommissioned WB Tower at Brunswick, Maryland.
E759 passes the decommissioned WB Tower at Brunswick, Maryland.
A southbound set of Westinghouse-equipped unmodified Metroliners bumps across the Bel Air Avenue grade crossing at 100 mph+. The small building on the left was the local taxi stand.
Maryland Midland UBHF, behind SD40-2s 3451 and 3449 and GP38-3 2061, rolls eastbound through farmland between Rocky Ridge and Detour, MD during the early evening.
The red-orange-blue nose treatment of the Metroliners was certainly eye-catching. Note the third car on this southbound train, which has been rebuilt to move equipment to the roof out of the dust... (more)
With 36-year veteran engineer Harry A. Wilgis at the throttle, the restored PRR 4935 makes its first revenue run northbound. Bringing up the markers are the ex-PRR business car No. 120, "Pen... (more)
Making its station stop at New Carrollton