A light power move goes to pull cars away from the power of Q276, just to the west, which is dealing with a broken rail mid-train. It is passing interchange tracks used by Waste Management, whose ... (more)
64R is east on the main, passing the car inspector at Minnick, with crude oil loads for Reybold, DE.
WM was always resourceful, with a touch of class. Never rich, they always did a great job with what they had. An old World War II troop sleeper was converted to a kitchen car for the MofW Depart... (more)
A Northeast Direct train races past the mid-century Pennsylvania Railroad structure in Odenton, Maryland.
Q703 knocks down the Bradshaw signal and crosses the Little Gunpowder Falls headed west on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision.
A WM yard job takes a short break in front of the yard office in Hagerstown, MD in Dec., 1974 with RS-3s No's. 194 and 198. No. 194 was one of four RS-3s on the WM roster ordered with both steam ... (more)
There is little doubt that the stars of WM's yard at Hagerstown, MD were the two BL2's, No's. 81 and 82, and their slugs. However, the yard assignment that worked in front of the yard office kick... (more)
Carloads are the lifeblood of any freight railroad. The huge Westvaco paper mill at Luke, MD provided both WM and B&O with a sizable revenue stream from inbound raw materials and outbound paper. ... (more)
Hotshot intermodal train Q036 hammers east through the interlocking at West Aiken on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision.
NS 11R south with Heritage Engine 8105 in the lead heads south passing a delighted group of railfans at wrench road
NS 11R south with Heritage Engine 8105 in the lead heads south out of Hagerstown Md. Photo taken by 16 year old son Eric
11R is finally on the move after spending over an hour switching in Vardo Yard.
The Interstate passes under the Interstate just north of Hagerstown, MD
The NS Interstate Heritage Unit parades 11R past a legion of railfans at the south end of Vardo Yard.
Bayview based Philly Sub local D777 returns west to Bayview with empties out of National Gypsum at Belcamp in tow.