Along the RF&P, a northbound Amtrak crosses the placid waters at the mouth of Neabsco Creek late in the afternoon. Beyond the bridge lies the Potomac River.
Northbound merchandise train lumbers across the mouth of Neabsco Creek along the RF&P at 1440.
Gray Ghost Dash-9 leads switch ops in the Alexandria NS yard. I was surprised at how much power was sitting in the yard given the relatively light traffic through this outpost.
Caboose sandwich! GP38 switcher couples a nice old red caboose to a pair of GE units on a warm, sunny January morning.
Early afternoon VRE commuter train heads south on the RF&P sub. The Potomac River is in the background.
Amtruck! One of only two P42DCs painted with the Toyota Tundra advertisement. An alert Railpictures.net photographer spotted No. 115 in Texas, so this has to be No. 84. This is the largest high... (more)
Southbound Amtrak has just crossed the Occoquan River, about 30 minutes south of Washington, DC.
Northbound merchandise freight crosses the mouth of Neabsco Creek at 1440 on a beautiful, warm January afternoon. The Potomac River is in the background.
Eastbound autoracks blast through Harpers Ferry late in the afternoon.
Eastbound BNSF mixed freight climbs into the Wasatch east of Provo, exercising trackage rights on UP's old Rio Grande mainline.
First westbound commuter train of the afternoon crosses the Monocacy River on a light traffic Monday after Christmas.
Eastbound merchandise train crosses frozen Catoctin Creek at 1245 on a very cold Monday.
Eastbound Capitol Limited crosses the frozen Catoctin Creek on a very cold Monday.
Eastbound coal train crosses the Monocacy River at 1400 on a very cold Monday.
A pair of SD50s pulls a westbound train, mostly empty coal porters, across the Monocacy River at 1500 on a cold Monday afternoon.