"ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN"
The streamlined Hudson sits outside the North Machine Shop at the museum and is seen looking in. I imagine with sad puppy dog eyes wondering what it has don... (more)
"POINTING AT HISTORY"
Venerable Western Maryland Railway F7 236 points towards the Mount Clare Roundhouse in Baltimore as part of the B&O Museum.
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"ROYAL BLUE LINE"
No. 445 was built by the Pullman Company for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western around 1890. During the Fair of the Iron Horse, the No. 445 was rebuilt to r... (more)
"MOUNT ROYAL STATION"
Tucked in a bowled out hollow in the northern outskirts of downtown Baltimore stands this stone monument and a reminder of the city's past in railroad h... (more)
Q410 is eastbound through the interlocking at Baileys, as it passes M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Baltimore Ravens.
Q217 crosses Warner St, and passes under the westbound signal bridge protecting Baileys interlocking.
Empty oil train K143-19 approaches the Hollins Ferry Rd grade crossing on track 1, as downtown Baltimore towers in the distance.
Baltimore Terminal relief crew Y134, on board Q226, rounds track 2 of the Locust Point Branch just east of Leadenhall St.
The holiday season is in full swing, as 24M drops it's last cut of cars at the Lombard St intermodal terminal. Today's UPS heavy train, filled all 5 tracks in the yard.
24M with the CNJ heritage unit on the point, passes an idle trackmobile at Cambridge Iron and Metal, as it shoves it's train into the Lombard St intermodal yard.
Having just emerged from the west end of the Howard St Tunnel, K059-28 enters Baileys Wye at HB, on a dreary Sunday morning in Baltimore.
"Mount Royal Station"
The Baltimore & Ohio's classic Mt. Royal Station on a cloudy August afternoon. I wish I was able to see the days when passenger trains still utilize... (more)
Rokerthon 2 hit Baltimore Penn Station with the arrival of Train 172. Weatherman Al Roker from the Today Show was met by local reporters, the Raven's cheerleaders, and Bill the Goat from the US N... (more)
HB34 passes Cambridge Iron and Metal, on it's way to the Port of Baltimore, with a train of export autos.
Empty oil train K133-08 destined for the BNSF at St Louis, speeds west on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision at Carroll.