The day starts at sundown. For the oncoming crew of CSX Q136-06 (951, ES44AC-H) at Brunswick, Maryland, the workday has just begun. They enjoyed a beautiful sunset with the mountains of West Virgi... (more)
On a cold Saturday morning, two unit trains wait for permission to head East. On the right is CSX W754, sporting the recently modernized #480, which has been equipped with cab signals within the l... (more)
CSX 8608 and HLCX 7156 lead a loaded autorack east by Brunswick.
The MARC lineup at the yard in Brunswick, Maryland includes a set of RDC’s and three conventional trains. The F9PHA began life as Baltimore & Ohio F7A 937, and is now Norfolk Southern F9A 4270.
A pair of MARC RDC’s spends the weekend in Brunswick, Maryland. On Monday morning, they will head to Martinsburg to begin their revenue journey to Washington.
An inaugural revenue run of Siemens SC-44 Charger MARC 82 on the Brunswick Line. Shown arriving Brunswick en route to its final destination of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
A rare appearance by the MARC 68 Bloody Nose GP40 on a revenue passenger train. Power shortages saw this unit pressed into service on the MARC Brunswick line in the Summer of 2017.
Just another old EMD in 1987, the 7402 was fortunately preserved and can be seen today, outside at the B&O Museum in Baltimore. If I'm not mistaken, it's one of only two preserved SD35s, the othe... (more)
A matched set of CSX coal trains sit along the eastbound main in Brunswick waiting for their turn to be unloaded in Baltimore.
A "ghost" E-Unit at Brunswick. (Rebuilt EMD E9AM; built as IC 4023 E8A, April, 1951.) The MARC station was designed by Ephraim Francis Baldwin, and opened in 1891.
The Capitol Limited with two AEM-7s in tow has just begun it's journey west to Chicago passing by the DC suburb of Brunswick, Maryland. The AEM-7s AMTK 942 and 928 will continue their trip past Ch... (more)
CSX train Q137 passes by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 1891 station in Brunswick, MD designed by famed architect E. Francis Baldwin.
“Off the Showroom Floor. Almost.”By October 21, 1984, this pair of Chessie System units looks to have seen some very limited revenue service, but, having just been built in August, they... (more)
Having loaded the final commuters for the morning, train P880 departs Brunswick, bound for Washington D.C. with cab car #8046 showing the way east.