Three different C&O paint schemes are on display at the engine servicing facilities.
PRR E-44's and B&O F-units await assignments at RF&P's "Pot Yard". This was the major freight yard in the Washington D.C. area.
An RF&P TOFC train heads south past Potomac Yards. This train was most likely 171, the Orange Blossom Special. 171 originated on Conrail in South Kearny, NJ and terminated in Tampa, FL on... (more)
A RF&P SW1500 and former Alco S2 slug work Potomac Yard. The entire yard has subsequently been removed, and the area gentrified with new residential and shopping areas.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Going over the hump at RF&P's Potomac Yard. A Roger Puta photograph.
R403 crawls through the frozen tundra of the former Potomac Yard.
The morning of April 29, 1970 was foggy in Potomac Yard. From the bridge that crossed the middle of the yard I found 2 new Southern SD45s mid-train with a radio car (a boxcar red boxy car) with an... (more)
Locomotives: RFP 137(GP35), RFP 127(GP40), RFP 121(GP40), and RFP 1007(E8A). All RF&P odd numbered road diesels and faced south. Obviously this was a NB train.