An eastbound general merchandise train passes through Germantown at about 1000 on a sunny Monday morning.
An eastbound unit train of Herzog ballast hoppers blasts through Germantown at about 1130 on a sunny Monday morning. His lights are dimmed to meet an oncoming westbound unit autorack train.
Unlike other CSX Metropolitan Sub CPLs, the ones at Seneca Fill have protective mesh, presumably to protect against vandalism.
The pedestrian crossing between the two platforms on either side of the busy CSX Metropolitan Sub are guarded with a pair of crossbucks and flashing lights, including one set, mounted on a cantile... (more)
A revenue loser, this very short train (two GE units and a bare flatcar) scoots west through Germantown at about 1830 on a sunny Saturday evening. Not sure why his ditch lights are on and his hea... (more)
My Lucky Loco! I caught this same unit on point taking Q414 westbound the day before. What are the odds? This eastbound manifest crosses Great Seneca Creek at about 1330 on a sunny Sunday after... (more)
There's no stopping at Germantown for P877, this train only makes two stops between DC and Point of Rocks.
An empty westbound Rock Runner blasts through Germantown, heading for Millville, West Virginia, late on a Sunday afternoon.
P893 slows for its stop in Germantown.
CSX Q416 strugles to to move west with 9000 tons in tow, while an westbound Brunswick Line commuter pulls in to Germantown for it's schedualed stop.
Q401 18 splits the CPL signals at Seneca Fill on a muggy and hazy August afternoon. CSXT 8746 leads 8736, 6155 and 8058.
MARC commuter train 880 crossing stone culvert over Game Preserve road