The Capitol Limited crosses the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia on a beautiful Spring
Q226 Baltimore bound autorack has a CSX SD40-3 and a rare catch of fallen flag BC Rail C40-8M for power.
NS Interstate heritage unit on the point of NS 11R passing the grain elevators towards Hagerstown, MD.
With the Interstate heritage unit on the point, NS 11R is rolling through the Pennsylvania countryside towards Hagerstown, MD.
CSX work train holds on track 2 awaiting the rush of MARC commuter trains at the Point of Rocks station.
A rare visitor for the Potomac Valley as a pair of KCS Belle locomotives bracket NS. Pictured crossing the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia.
NS 098 with 12 export locomotives are headed to Norfolk. These locomotives are GE CM20-EMP engines bound for Indonesia.
The westbound Capitol Limited with the Amtrak Phase III heritage unit passes the B&O's Point of Rocks station. The station sits at the junction of the CSX Old Main Line (foreground) and Metropolit... (more)
A trio of trains sit at Brunswick, MD on the morning following the June 2012 Mid-Atlantic and Midwest derecho. The storms were one of the most destructive and deadly fast-moving severe thunderstor... (more)
A shiny pair of EMDX engines numbers 1205 and 1204 lead the Q400 Hamlet, NC - Cumberland, MD manifest train past the historic E.F. Baldwin designed Point of Rocks Station. Thanks Sean Hoyden for u... (more)
CSX Office Car Special crosses the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia while enroute to Cumberland.
CSX rail gang is hard at work on track 1 making improvements to the Cumberland Sub. Q400 with several engines slowly passes the men and equipment making some noise on the trip west.
The Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS NKP heritage unit 8100 on the Harrisburg Division employee excursion back down the Lurgan Line onto the Reading Bridge to wye the train. This view offers a detaile... (more)
A former Conrail SD70 leads an OCS consisting of the Pennsylvania, Delaware, Kentucky and Maryland office cars across the Potomac River.
After a crew change and refueling in Harrisburg the empty crude oil train heads West in the fading light of day.