Q217-07 speeds west on track 2 of the Capital Sub, passing the Laurel MARC station.
Q249-14 with a foreign visitor on the point, speeds west on CSX's Capital Subdivision, passing the Laurel MARC station.
Running against rush hour traffic, a late afternoon Washington-bound set of RDC’s arrive at the station stop at Laurel. Maryland.
Far from home... Q249-26, with a pair of Ferromex locomotives, is westbound on track of 1 of CSX's Capital Subdivision, passing the Laurel MARC station.
A DC-bound MARC Camden Line train knocking down the Cherry Lane intermediates in Laurel, MD. This unfortunately would be the last winter for these signals, replaced with new Safetran color lights... (more)
CSX 140 pulls empty coal hoppers by Laurel Station.
R403 is west on number 1 track past Laurel Station on the Capital Sub.
A trailer train speeds west by the B&O station at Laurel on a brilliant fall day.
An evening MARC commuter train makes its station stop at Laurel amidst the swirling snow.
An eastbound on number 1 track kicks up snow at Laurel Station shortly after the Blizzard of '96.
With the former FURX leader lacking air conditioning, the crew does what they can to stay cool, on this warm summer afternoon, as Q249 runs west on track 2 through the Laurel MARC station.
A westbound intermodal train rounds the curve at Laurel on CSX's Capital Subdivision in the fall of 1996.
Usually an Old Main Line train, CSX Q398 hustles east through Laurel, MD on the Capital Sub, en route to Locust Point Yard in downtown Baltimore, MD.
With the BC Dispatcher's confirmation that they are lined west from Savage, Q249's crew notches out their long train of empty autoracks.
Q410 is seen here rolling through northern Laurel, MD on its way to Selkirk, NY. Brock Bridge Rd is one of the few places on the Capital Sub where you can get an eastbound lit after midday and I ... (more)