The PIWI-3 is on the eastbound track waiting for TV-25 to pass. A Bruce Van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Empty oil tankers heading west to pick up another load
After dropping off a road foreman at Minnick, NS 593 has a straight shot up the Port Road branch with the NS 4004 leading the charge back to the coal mines.
Norfolk Southern train 33A rolls through downtown Port Deposit, MD with a pair of SD80MACs. This line has recently become the major stomping grounds for a lot of the former CSX SD80MACs which were... (more)
NS 36A seen outlawed in Port Deposit, MD with a trio of SD80MACs (7227, 7218, 7225).
The Monongahela heritage unit leads 66X, destined for the PBF Energy refinery at Reybold, DE.
Pennsy unit on the Pennsy. The PRR Heritage Unit leads an Enola, PA to Edgemoor, DE W6A under the Rock signal bridge on the Port Road Branch near Port Deposit, MD.
64Z passes under the former PRR position light signals at Rock. This bridge is on the NS Port Road Branch just north of Port Deposit, MD
It's 13 degrees outside and a brisk wind is blowing across the Susquehanna River. But, pay no attention to the weather as another Reybold oil train, Z4R, is heading down the Port Road with the Rea... (more)
Virginian Heritage passes through Port Deposit, MD leading NS 652 inbound to Baltimore, MD
A Shire Oaks to Baltimore coal train warms the hearts of a half-dozen photographers on a cold and windy day along the Susquehanna River. Here it's passing under the old PRR position light signals ... (more)
Operating as a distributed power unit, the Reading heritage unit brings up the rear of empty oil train 65R, as it returns west to the oil fields of North Dakota.
64X with oil loads for Reybold, DE hammers east on the Port Road through the interlocking at CP-TOME.
65R passes the old Pennsylvania RR signal at CP Rock north of Port Deposit, MD on its trek up the Port Road.
65R is seen at Canal Rd, on the Port Road, returning to the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota from Reybold, DE.