P853-17 departs the Dorsey station on CSX's Capital Subdivision.
CSXT 3310 taking lead of Q141-05 through the MARC Commuter Rail Station
A Roger Puta photograph.
Empty oil trains usually take the Old Main Line Subdivision west of Baltimore, however congestion on this day caused the dispatcher to send K045 via the Capital and Metropolitan Subdivisions. K04... (more)
Q249 en route to Jessup with some local traffic in tow.
Due to a derailment on the Mohawk Sub in NY, unit produce train Q091 has detoured via the B&O to the UP at Chicago. The train is seen here knocking down the Thomas signal on track 1 of CSX's Capi... (more)
The CPL signals at Jessup will also soon become a thing of the past. It appears CSX is moving on removing all the CPL's on the Capital Subdivision. It is sad indeed, as they are aspects of Marylan... (more)
The 7:29 MARC Camden line to Baltimore arrives into Dorsey MD. The B&O CPL's will soon be gone from here sadly.
I'm late, I'm late, a late passenger watches MARC 22 pull into Dorsey. Fortunately, the long platform will allow the train to clear the walk way and this man to reach his train.
The haulin' o' the green (garbage containers). A green train to celebrate St Patrick's Day.
The conductor from waiting Q409 prepares to do a roll-by inspection of fast-moving intermodal Q173. I saw almost nothing but AC6000CWs on point this fine Saturday morning.
The daily southbound intermodal out of Baltimore's Bay View Yard passes the Route 100 Industrial Park lead at Dorsey on a sunny Saturday morning.
I caught the "Beast" or "Devil" on the point of Q173 almost exactly a month before, also running opposite main, just a few miles north of here on the Thomas Viaduct. Wherever it came from was col... (more)
Northbound MARC commuter train heading for Baltimore.
A CSX tri-color set plows through Dorsey towards DC