The 702's four man crew shovels out switches and cuts off a SD50 before going down to MD Metals.
The 702 heads across the trestle on the way to MD Metals with some beautiful surroundings.
The Marsh Run Trestle from below.
After D797's 2004 derailment at this exact spot, this section of track was rebuilt from the ground up. B702 is returning light after switching Maryland Metals. This is looking west from the East... (more)
B702 leaves Maryland Metals after dumping off his train. This is from the east end of the bridge and this was enabled because of the rare occurence of returning light.
A lucky catch with two units crossing the Marsh Run Trestle and sunlight! The building in the distance is part of the cement plant.
A slightly different perspective at Maryland Metals and a pair of units this time (not long hood forward). This is probably some of the worst looking active track in the country.
The 702 heads by a very large cement plant that has several spurs but has seen limited rail usage recently.
The B702's third unit is cut off to run the branch to MD metals across a trestle that was modified very little since the line opened in the 1860's.
B702's third unit brings some empties down to Maryland Metals. This track was ROUGH! Ironic how the line is called the "Security Branch" as with that track "security" is the last word that comes... (more)