Amtrak Metroliner train 114 blows through Odenton, Maryland on a gloomy December afternoon. Metroliner was the name attached to high-speed service on the Northeast Corridor as well as the trainset... (more)
Running from Washington to Boston, Amtrak train 176, the Senator, storms through Odenton, Maryland on the center track of the NEC.
Amtrak train 91, the southbound Silver Star, glides through Odenton, Maryland.
A Northeast Regional heads over Little Patuxent River.
MARC commuter train departs from Odenton Station.
Penn Central GG1 4887 blows through Odenton, Maryland with a southbound Amtrak train. In just over four months, the big motor will have pulled its last intercity passenger train, ending up on Conr... (more)
Acela for the overtake.
A lot has changed at Odenton in the last 37 years- the old Pennsy gooseneck lamp is long-gone, the E60s are gone, and Odenton interlocking has been moved northward near Jackson Grove Road and has ... (more)
Northbound quad-headlight equipped No. 973 is running light and running fast, perhaps on its way to the Wilmington Shops. The 973 was built by GE in January, 1976 and was definitely in need of a ... (more)
The 955 is southbound by the old PRR Odenton station. The station was built in 1943 by the Pennsy for servicemen to access Fort George G. Meade, and for the convenience of Odenton area commuters.... (more)
Four for the price of one. Northbound traffic was halted (trains were stopped) and stacked up from an earlier weather event.
Fortunately for me I had my camera and PPE with me when a cond... (more)
Acela Express rounds the bend during golden hour.
It's a Pumpkin Patch! This ex United States Army flat car is still in service, now for Amtrak. The original Army green and white lettering is still visible decades after it was built.
Folks don't usually think of freight cars when they hear the name Amtrak, but Amtrak maintains a rather extensive fleet of freight cars to maintain its owned and leased portions of right of way. ... (more)
An old MHC now in MOW service sports the US Mail Contractor logo many MHCs received.