This northbound mixed freight crosses the Rappahannock River at about 1000 on a sunny Wednesday morning.
This northbound train, mostly covered hoppers and tank cars (not a single box car in the consist), crosses the Rappahannock River at about 0940 on a beautiful August morning.
With a BNSF GE wide cab behind the lead NS GP60, this southbound merchandise train crosses the Potomac River at about 4:20 on a sunny Wednesday afternoon.
Exercising trackage rights, this loaded CSX unit coal train just came across the Rockville Bridge and is about to enter Enola Yard. Off to the right, a Norfolk Southern merchandise train departs ... (more)
The Capitol Limited runs by HO Tower at 1850 on a hot Saturday evening. Nice to see five ExpressTrak reefers on the tail end.
There is always plenty of extra power on this daily Cumberland-bound merchandise freight, which is running very late today as it passes through Hancock, WV, after 7:00 PM.
At 1810 on a hot Saturday evening, this westbound unit train of what looks to be orange MOW ballast hoppers passes by HO Tower and under the ancient (but still in use) signal bridge at Hancock, WV... (more)
The westbound Capitol Limited passes the Hancock interlocking tower on a sweltering Saturday evening.
Eastbound bare table at about 0945. First I thought it was a maintenance truck (yellow and only his ditch lights on), then I thought it was a light power move. Turned out to be a mile long strin... (more)
A full load of commuters heads north out of DC on a Friday evening. One of these bi-level trains can easily accommodate over 1000 passengers.
An Amtrak regional blasts south toward DC's Union Station, just 15 minutes down the line.
An Acela zooms south toward DC's Union Station on a sunny Friday afternoon.
Southbound MARC commuter train being pushed by a GP40WH-2. You haven't seen a Geep move until you've seen one blasting by at 90 MPH on the NEC.
The southbound Crescent passes through Seabrook, 15 minutes north of DC's Union Station, on a Thursday evening.
Diesel under wire...a Genesis workhorse lugs a solo ExpressTrak reefer southbound on a beautiful late fall afternoon.