A dusting of snow looks like sprinkled sugar as the Rock Runner with a trio of GP38-2s and a GP40-2 crosses the Potomac River on the Shenadoah Sub. The trailing unit CSX 2370 is still in Conrail B... (more)
The Rock Runner with a trio of GP38-2s and a GP40-2 head west towards the quarry in West Virginia following an early morning dusting of snow. The trailing unit CSX 2370 is still in Conrail Blue.
CSX loaded ethanol train with CITX and ICE power past Brunswick enroute to the Old Main Line. The pair for foreign visitor SD40-2s would wait quite a while at Doub for a helper to push them east.
An increasingly rare sight to see an SD40-2 leading on the Cumberland Sub. Pictured here leading an empty auto rack train west.
The last rays of daylight hit the westbound Q373 as it exits the Harpers Ferry tunnel. One of many trains on the Cumberland Sub during the post holiday rush.
The annual Shenandoah Junction Christmas Party is in full swing. The Roadmen pose in front of an empty autorack heading west as other fans snap photos. This year's party was dedicated to "Mayor Ro... (more)
CSXT 5000 "Diversity In Motion" leads an empty ethanol train west pass the historic Point of Rocks station. Pictured coming off the Old Main Line onto the Metropolitan Sub.
NS 955 OCS crosses the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia on a beautiful Summer afternoon.
A worker on the Railgrinder enjoys the view from the rear porch as the train returns to Brunswick Yard at the end of a long day.
The first revenue train through Brunswick following the Blizzard of 2010 slowly makes its way west on track 2. They wouldn't get too far as a fallen tree east of Harpers Ferry will have them stopp... (more)
CSX work train with 3 engines returns east towards Brunswick after clearing track two out to Weverton. Pictured here passing two trains on the low grade.
CSX begins to clear the tracks near Brunswick after the Blizzard of 2010. The conductor flags the crossing as a set of three engines begin the work of clearing track 2 west.
Except for the MARC refueling spur the Metropolitan Sub rails are completely covered with 30+ inches of snow following the Blizzard of 2010.
Following the Blizzard of 2010, a loaded coal train sits on the mainline track 1 looking more like an abandoned car on the roadway. Located just west of the Brunswick Station.
Yorkrail switcher still in Maryland and Pennsylvania paint scheme rests over the holiday break at the Glatfelter paper mill.