The Washington Section of the Broadway Limited at Bush Interlocking, where the NEC narrows from three to two tracks to cross the Bush River Inlet.
Having just departed Bayview Yard, HB01 ducks under the CSX's Sparrows Point IT, and passes the former Crown Cork and Seal plant on the President St Branch.
Q410-30, with five Pan Am Railways SD40-2's dead in tow, crosses the iconic Susquehanna River bridge, on a beautiful November morning.
"Silver Star" (short version) heading north at sunset
Northeast Regional heading south near sunset
A Roger Puta photograph
HB01 with export military equipment destined for the port, pulls into 5th Avenue Yard to drop off a cut of tankcars, on the rear, for interchange with the Canton Railroad.
As game time approaches, baseball fans arrive by trolley for a day game between the Baltimore Orioles and the visiting Boston Red Sox. (Unfortunately, the home team would lose in 11 innings.) Th... (more)
A Kodak TRI-X Pan view of the 904 (ex-PRR/PC 4901) northbound near the century mark, providing the muscle for a Metroliner. The Budd m.u. cars by this time were proving to be unreliable, and the ... (more)
Track geometry train W001-30 heads Westbound on the former B&O mainline between Philadelphia and Baltimore. A few days ago, this train was Eastbound, and created many new slow orders across the li... (more)
A Conrail GG-1 lends a helping hand to Amtrak E-60 No. 951 on a hot August afternoon. The G may have been the Baltimore "tunnel helper," and the consist appears to be typical of one of ... (more)
Passengers stretch their legs while 502 waits to be uncoupled and turned for the trip back to Cumberland.
A pair of GE's lead an empty hopper train off the Old Main as they pass the station at Point Of Rocks.
Q141 holds in the siding, as W999-27 with the safety train in tow speeds east on the main.
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.