A southbound Amtrak train lead by AEM7 936 crosses the Gunpowder River at Chase, Maryland. In just over eight months, this quiet location would become nationally known thanks to a pothead named Ri... (more)
A southbound Amtrak train glides over the Gunpowder River at Chase, Maryland.
Just over a month after the horrific collision between Amtrak 94 (The Colonial) and Conrail ENS121 on January 4, 1987, an all-GP38-2 set (CR 8188, 8266, 8185) leads an unidentified Conrail ... (more)
It's 1055 as 34A with a pair of consecutively numbered SD80MAC's and a healthy train, is south on Amtrak crossing the Gunpowder River, and approaching GUNPOW interlocking.
“Duck and Cover”AMTK AEM7 942 leads Amtrak 169 “Mayflower” south, past the neighborhood of Harewood Park, just south of GUNPOW interlocking (mp 79.3) on the Northeast Corridor.T... (more)
With 6400' of export coal, destined for the CONSOL Marine Terminal in Baltimore, 650 is south on track 1 of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
An E-60 leads 10 Amfleet cars southbound across the 2-track 1912-1913 Gunpowder River Bridge, designed by Gustav Lindenthal of Brno, Cisleithania, Austria-Hungary (Now known as Brno, South Moravia... (more)
NS 592 with a trio of EMD units in charge is south on Amtrak crossing the Gunpowder River at Chase, MD.
594 speeds south on Amtrak with coal loads for the CONSOL Marine Terminal in Baltimore.
594, with class unit NS 8000 on the point, speeds south towards Baltimore with export coal loads for CONSOL.
A Washington, DC to Perryville,MD reverse commuter leans into the curve at Chase, MD as it approaches the Gunpowder River on it's trek north. One of MARC's newest MP36's leads the train.
We have seen a lot of the NS F units in recent years. But how often have they been under catenary? And passing a cast iron PRR milepost (MP 81) on the North East Corridor? Here the OCS from Balti... (more)
Double headed DC AEM7's with 912 leading are northbound on number 2 track at MP 81, PW line at Chase, MD.
A southbound Acela passes through Chase, MD.
The Springfield-Washington Mail and Express train, carries no passengers.