A pair of helpers prepares to head west from Cresson to Altoona where they will help push a westbound steel slab train over Gallitzin Summit.
A pair of helpers pushes a westbound merchandise train into Cresson.
A long southbound TOFC crosses the Patapsco River at 1650. On the left, you can see the obelisk commemorating construction of the Thomas Viaduct, world's largest multiple-arch stone railroad brid... (more)
Eastbound merchandise train crosses the Potomac at 0840 this fine Fall morning. This was the third eastbounder in 30 minutes. Plenty of westbound traffic, but I had to wait four more hours for t... (more)
Loaded eastbound autorack train leaves Harpers Ferry behind at about 1220.
The daily northbound merchandise freight from Roanoke passes over the C&O Canal on its way toward Hagerstown and onward to Allentown.
Northbound 10-car local merchandise train from Shenandoah to Hagerstown crosses the Potomac River.
Eastbound Capitol Limited crosses the Potomac River after a brief stop in Harpers Ferry. You can't see him, but fellow Railpictures.net photographer Paul Greenfield is 200 feet directly below me,... (more)
Westbound merchandise train exits the west portal of the Union Dam Tunnel at 1530, making its way along the Old B&O Mainline.
The Saturday Maine Eastern excursion train departs Brunswick for Rockland at 0900 with four coaches, a diner and an F40PH at each end.
Two former CN MLW M-420(W) MR-20c locomotives and an ex-Conrail unit waiting for a new lease on life in Eastern Maine.
This snowplow will be put to good use in a few months. Former CN and Conrail fixer-uppers await much needed attention in the background.
East of Wiscasset, heading for Rockland, the excursion train passes coastal wetlands.
Arguably among the most scenic of all scenic railroads, Maine Eastern treats weekend excursion travelers to beautiful coastal vistas between Brunswick and Rockland.
Heading Home. The 4-car return train from Emory Grove heads west through Carrollton. 306 is one of Maryland Midland's newest locomotives.