2 "circus" trains on the Philly Sub in one day? If you can consider both the Strates Shows train and the Ringling circus train in the same category, then yes.
CSXT P922-01 is seen hol... (more)
734 blast out of Brush tunnel during the final photo freight of her 22 year run at the WMSR
734 does the final switching move of the day in Cumberland MD during the final photo freight by J Goodrich
Early E-60 action, with no windshield screens. Train is southbound by the old taxi stand at the Bel Air Avenue crossing. No. 965 was built by GE for Amtrak in June of 1975.
The Capitol Limited heads west under the Talbot Road bridge, an upside down turntable.
For other views at Georgetown Junction, go Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: GE P42DCLocation: Silver Spring, Maryland, USALocomotive #: AMTK 176Train ID: CSX P029Photo Date: April 24, 2016
Two ancient GG-1s with a bay-window caboose right behind their drawbars haul a manifest up the center freight track. No. 4811 was built by General Electric in July, 1935.
A northbound E-60 with a mixed consist of Amfleet and Heritage coaches kicks up the dust while passing through the interlocking at the south end of Odenton. The 963 was built by GE for Amtrak in ... (more)
Four rebuilt Metroliners are southbound at Odenton Station; note the added roof bulges housing dust-sensitive equipment previously located underneath the frame. Also worth noting are the old Penn... (more)
Early AEM-7 action, with the 901 South leading four Maryland DOT cars and one Amfleet car past the now-gone northbound shelter at Perryville. No. 901 was built by EMD in April, 1980, and was rebu... (more)
One of the first 2 DC to AC converted GE D9-40Cs, and now called AC44C6Ms, NS 4000 leads Knoxville bound freight 37Q up to the Boardwalk in Vardo Yard for a recrew..
A fusee burns in the street as a a Canton crew uses a pair of engines in the new paint scheme to shove a cut of boxcars across S Haven St into the Overflo Warehouse.
A big U33B smokes up the catenary, northbound on No. 3 Track by Substation No. 17. The 2948 was built by GE for the Penn Central in December, 1968.
The rear of 37Q has just crossed the famous Mason Dixon Line as 37Q approaches Hagerstown on the NS Lurgan Branch from Harrisburg, PA.
NS HB48 arrives at 5th Avenue Yard, where it will drop the Canton Railroad interchange traffic, before departing for the Port of Baltimore with the export John Deere tractors.
Amtrak's Capital Limited passes the historic Point of Rocks station.