NS 11R with a former Conrail leader, CSX ACe, AC44 and Green Goat NS 100 head south from Hagerstown, MD.
NS 227 heads towards Vardo yard following a fresh snowfall.
CSXT reroute with a UP leader is framed by the Duffields shelter.
Due to the CSX derailment in Upstate NY the Hot Q091, produce train makes a run on the former B&O with the empties for points west. Thanks for the HUs.
Westbound manifest chases the setting sun on the Cumberland Sub.
Capital Limited races west past a pair of CSX engines heading into the yard.
Conductor guards the reverse move on SD80MACs CSXT 805 still in Conrail livery. The engine exits the yard past Brunswick Tower to be added onto a loaded coal train bound for Bennings Yard. Thanks ... (more)
SD80MACs CSXT 812 and 805 lead a coal train across the Potomac River. The river is running very high and swift due to the recent rainfall and snow melt. The lower town of Harpers Ferry can be seen... (more)
SD80MACs CSXT 812 and 805 lead a coal train past the newly restored Harpers Ferry station and on to the bridge over the Potomac River.
A pair of SD80MACs CSXT 812 and 805 are seconds away from entering the west portal of the Harpers Ferry tunnel. The tracks to the left are the Shenandoah Sub.
An aerial shot of the Washington Terminal behind Union Station. A mix of Amtrak and MARC trains being switched during a mid day lull.
An aerial shot of a pair of Amtrak AEM-7s 953 and 931 head to the Amtrak Ivy City complex from Union Station. The Washington DC Bus Terminal is at the top.
An aerial view of Union Station in Washington DC. The station has the modern rounded roof at the left edge of the photo. The Washington and Lincoln monuments are clearly visible in the skyline.
An aerial view of Amtrak's sprawling Ivy City complex. A variety of power and cars can been seen. CSX and Amtrak main tracks are visible to the left of the complex.
Q261 rolls part Brunswick, MD following a winter storm. There's a tree branch hanging from the engineers side after hitting a low hanging branch sagging from the snow.