X372 speeds east through a winter wonderland.
Running well behind schedule, the OBSS (Orange Blossom Special-South), with 4 of its 5 units off the RF&P’s roster, speeds west at White Marsh on B&O’s Philadelphia Subdivision, on May 18, 198... (more)
“RF&P Samich”Or is it a Seaboard System Sandwich? At any rate, a pair of RF&P locomotives bookends a trio of Seaboard System B36-7s on CSX 0171, the Orange Blossom Special... (more)
Q409 speeds west on the single main, passing track equipment at White Marsh.
Loaded autorack train Q216-04, speeds east on the Philly Sub single main, passing the Bonsal American concrete plant at White Marsh.
A blue B&O GP40 leads two Chessies on a westbound freight from Philadelphia at White Marsh, Maryland.
With the Western Maryland heritage unit on the point, Q031-15 speeds west at White Marsh.
Q375, with a pair of old school standard cab EMD units, speeds west at White Marsh.
OBSS (Orange Blossom Special-South), with CSX/B&O GP40 6638 plus four, is westbound at White Marsh on B&O's Philadelphia Sub at 09:05 on January 6, 1987. CSX/B&O 6638 is the former B&O 4063.more)
“Truncated Orange Blossom”With only two engines (Chessie System/B&O GP40-2 4296 and Seaboard System/SBD U30C 7238), and fewer than 20 trailers, an unusually short Orange Blossom Spe... (more)
“Long Gone”Long gone are the CPLs, cabin cars, front runners, and the friendly wave. With RF&P GP40-2 146 plus three on the head end, Chessie System/C&O extended vision caboose (90)... (more)
“Off on a Tangent”CSX 0171, the Orange Blossom Special (formerly symbolled OBSS), powered by RF&P GP40-2 145 and GP40 126, plus three, is westbound at White Marsh on CSX’s (former... (more)
The track geometry train speeds westbound, through a rain shower, at White Marsh.
So long you won't be missed! After a nearly two week daylight maintenance curfew on the Philly Sub, W035 returns track equipment to Rocky Mount, seen westbound at White Marsh.
Empty ethanol train K603-27 with a very nice pair of EMD units, is westbound at White Marsh.