As two photographers ply their trade a train of cement hoppers passes the Barrick & Sons Finksburg Terminal in Finksburg, MD. This facility is the ultimate destination for the Midland's Stone Tra... (more)
In Finksburg an old farm has given way to an exclusive housing development. The barn is now a maintenance shed for the community golf course. The Midland's UBEG (Union Bridge - Emory Grove) train ... (more)
MMID 306, the only blue & orange MMID with the "flying meatball" GWI logo, and 4 of her "unpatched" sisters, shoving 40-some empty jimmies up the lead to the Lehigh Cement plant. While not nearly... (more)
After having made their run to Emory Grove, the MMID UBEG crew went to switch cars at KFI on the MDOT line. Here the crew is running south on the MDOT, before heading east on the main, to return ... (more)
The UBEG sits at the CSX interchange at Emory Grove. The engineer has a few minuted to relax before the dispatcher gives him clearance to begin switching out his train.
Fall colors compliment the colorful Maryland Midland paint scheme as the UBEG nears the CSX interchange at Emory Grove. MMID 302 is the only unit with a nose logo. Hopefully it won't be the initia... (more)
MMID UBEG rolls eastbound through the valley between Westminster and Finksburg, and is about to cross Tank Road, enroute to the CSX Interchange in Emory Grove.
Engine 305, leads three other GP38-3's and a GP-9, in towing the MMID UBEG's heavy consist east to the CSX Interchange in Emory Grove.
Engine 305 and four other units, lead this eastbound UBEG through Medford, and also scares a large bird of prey out of the treeline.
UBEG rolls eastbound thru New Windsor.
The morning UBEG rolls eastbound into the Emory Grove Y/Ls, the last section of MMID track, before it rolls into the CSX Baugher block and becomes Z437 on CSX's tracks.
The morning UBEG rolls eastbound across Patapsco Road, as it closes in on the CSX Interchange in Emory Grove.
The morning UBEG rolls eastbound through Medford, past an old farm building.
The morning UBEG rolls through New Windsor, past what looks like a great railfanning location.