L217 with a clean pair of Citirail units, crosses the Little Gunpowder River, on a gloomy spiring morning.
Y335, returns to Curtis Bay Yard, after switching USALCO, on the Seawall Branch, with a pair of shoving platforms bringing up the rear.
Q389-22, with a CP duo in charge, crosses the Little Gunpowder River.
64R rolls by the car inspector at Minnick.
64R with the original NS heritage unit on the point, leaves NS trackage for Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
Baltimore Terminal relief job Y134-13, on board Q398-12, rounds the loop at Locust Point, with a nice EMD leader.
Due to a derailment on the regular route, Philly oil empties briefly returned to the B&O routing they regularly used during the height of the oil boom. K145-08 has just knocked down the Bradshaw ... (more)
Baltimore Terminal relief crew Y134-10, takes K676-08 on the final leg of it's journey, through Curtis Bay Yard, and onto the Seawall Branch for the trip to the Kinder Morgan ethanol terminal.
K676-08 crosses the Patapsco River on the Curtis Bay Branch, as it nears Curtis Bay Yard.
S296-01, with a colorful lashup, starts into Baileys Wye.
K676-08 with a nice CN leader, snakes it's way east on the Old Main Line Subdivision, with ethanol loads for Baltimore in tow.
Tradepoint Atlantic Railroad uses their SW7 switcher to switch cars at their Grays Yard, on a gloomy March morning.
P853-17 departs the Dorsey station on CSX's Capital Subdivision.
Q301 speeds west on track 1 of the Capital Sub, passing the Vulcan Materials siding.
590 approaches O'Donnell St on the President St Branch, with export coal in tow for the CONSOL Marine Terminal.