Lacking AC in the lead unit, the crew does what they can to stay cool, as an off time Q341 descends 4 Runner to track 3 at West Baltimore.
HB48 with a single load of export John Deere tractors pauses on the lead to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal, awaiting security to open the gate.
With downtown Baltimore in the background, empty oil train K155-16 speeds west on the Baltimore Terminal Sub.
Q217 with a nice pair of lease units approaches the Bush St grade crossing in Baltimore.
The Lackawanna Heritage Unit leads empty oil train K043-09 at the Bush St. grade crossing near downtown Baltimore.
The Lackawanna heritage unit leads empty oil train K043-09 westbound across the Jones Falls, on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad museum in Baltimore, MD has quite an array of equipment displayed outside the museum for visitors to see. In this photo a B&O... (more)
Having just emerged from the Howard St Tunnel, K145-08 passes the Hamburg St light rail station.
Penn Mary Yard at dusk.
The Montgomery Ward Warehouse looms in the background as an autorack train traverses the Mt. Clare Subdivision.
A slug set crosses the ancient Carrollton Viaduct in Baltimore, MD.
R191 speeds past Mt. Winans Yard in Baltimore.
Bayview local HB01 approaches S Newkirk St on the Bear Creek Running Track with export dimensional loads for the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal in tow.
Empty oil train K143-15, with a colorful lashup, speeds west across the Jones Falls and is about to duck under North Ave on the Baltimore Belt Line.
Empty oil train K057-28, with an NS leader has just knocked down the signal at Huntingdon Ave, as it speeds west on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision.