Amtrak's eastbound "Capitol Limited" nearing its Rockville, Maryland stop
A late-running "Capitol Limited" hustles through Washington Grove at near track speed, on its way to the next stop at Rockville.
An MDOT F7 and a Chessie System (B&O) GP9 lead an afternoon commuter train from Washington DC in Washington Grove, MD. Thanks to Richard Brown for info below - the F7 was rebuilt and had HEP so th... (more)
CSXT K04325 with BNSF 9247 and 8035 head west on the CSX Metropolitan Subdivision on their way to switch over to BNSF in Chicago and eventually reach North Dakota.
Short winter-season consist; one locomotive
Slowing for its station stop
Phase 3, Phase 5, Phase 4, followed by solid Phase 4b; P029 was reppin' it all! This spot is great for seeing Amtrak and MARC trains pulling speeds in excess of 70mph as they blast through the Mo... (more)
This was MARC's most colorful era, several different paint schemes could be seen on commuter trains, including the blue dip livery worn by #31.
Q398 EB under the historic wooden arch bridge (now steel reinforced) at Washington Grove. Caboose in the distance is ex-Missouri Pacific, now on private property adjacent to the line.
Engine 721 leads train E721 up the 1% grade out of Derwood Dip.
with a wave from the engineer the 1st trick Rock Runner passes under our historic humpback bridge. nose lettering seems to have been applied twice.
The westbound Capitol Limited roars past the diminutive passenger shanty at Washington Grove.
The Lead Engine of the Trash Train Creeps Past The Shed at Washington Grove