Corridor Contrasts: Classic Pennsylvania RR Station and today's sleek ACELA. Note northbound Crescent in the distance.
490 was built for the streamlined "Chessie."
Northbound Auto-Train departs Sanford.
Grand Rapids-bound Pere Marquette waits for the highball at Plymouth, MI.
While bypassing a previous grain train derailment, a rail roll-over adds to the congestion.
A light rail train prepares to enter Camden Yards Station. This is adjacent to the MARC Station and south of the original B&O Camden Station, now a a museum.
The morning Detroit-bound Pere Marquette arrives at Plymouth.
Showing why they are ready for retirement, a quartet of RDC's take the afternoon train to Washington.
Coal delivery to the Maryland campus.
A Labor Day crowd awaits the Shenandoah.
Nearing the end: E-60's in the shop for removal from service.
The first streamlined diesel in the U.S. was B&O 51.
the "William Mason" on its return from Camp Carroll and a Civil War Encampment.
The Super Continental departs Toronto.
B&O's "William Mason" wears its movie livery, "Wanderer" for its starring role in "The Wild, Wild West."