An eastbound local carrying containers of ash passing the popular railfan location of Point of Rocks.
The Eastbound "Capital Limited" passing through Point of Rocks, Maryland.
Not April Fools. Point of Rocks, MD is one of the more known locations on the @officialcsx system, but on April 1, 2019, train K631-31 was lead by @norfolksouthern 8431 (D8-40CW, ex-Conrail 6251).... (more)
CLEAR WASHINGTON JUNCTION!
Well, that was the name of this location when the B&O built the Metropolitan Branch from DC to Point of Rocks.
E792 runs off the Old Main Line from Baltimore whereas M... (more)
The Autumn Glory Special, symbolled P945, transitions from the Old Main Line to the Metropolitan Subdivision at Point of Rocks, at 10:38 on the westbound leg of the trip on October 19, 1991... (more)
MARC 875 pauses briefly after unloading passengers from DC and surrounding suburbs as CSX local D786 led by slug set 2290 (ex B&O GP35) and CSX 6484 (ex C&O SD40-2) begins to merge off the Old Mai... (more)
An increasingly rare sight with MARC 70 GP39-2 leading the P877 bringing commuters from Washington DC to the suburbs. Shown stopping at the beautiful Point of Rocks station.
CSX B667 passes the famous E Francis Baldwin designed station on the Metropolitan Sub at Point of Rocks, MD on the evening of June 15, 2018. B667 is one of the many symbols being used by the railr... (more)
A SCENE WITHIN A SCENE
CSX B705 helper set returning to Brunswick, MD passes Point of Rocks as a local painter looks on practicing his craft.
Arriving at Point of Rocks
Westbound on the Old Main Line
Two 1966-built SD40s are pushing an eastbound freight up the old B&O mainline, with a Vesuvian plume of smoke emanating from the ex-WM unit, No. 7572.
Historic Point of Rocks railroad station marks the junction between CSX's "Metropolitan Subdivision" from Washington, DC to Weverton, MD and the "Old Main Line Subdivision" from Baltimore, MD. A w... (more)
An eastbound CSX unit coal train switches onto the old B&O Metropolitan Sub, passing the new flood-proof relay boxes
A Roger Puta Photograph