On an early Sunday morning CSX L217 crosses the Susquehanna River in Perryville Maryland.
Crossing the former B&O bridge on its way west
Crossing the former B&O bridge on its way east
Q410-30, with five Pan Am Railways SD40-2's dead in tow, crosses the iconic Susquehanna River bridge, on a beautiful November morning.
"Silver Star" (short version) heading north at sunset
Northeast Regional heading south near sunset
A trainload of coal, possibly bound for Chalk Point generating station in Maryland, has travelled down the Port Road from Enola, and will continue down the Northeast Corridor. A GP38-2 and an SD40... (more)
Classic B&O location; no blue or gray in sight, however!
Amtrak Northeast Regional train 84 rolls across the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Maryland at 90 miles per hour, while about 5,000 feet upstream, CSX freight Q438 also proceeds east, at a s... (more)
Acela heading south near sunset
Empty oil train K059-27 speeds west on the main, passing Aiken siding, and the switch to the abandoned Perryville Branch.
An Eastbound intermodal exits the siding at East Aiken on the CSX Philadelphia Subdivion.
Q216, with loaded autoracks for Twin Oaks, PA, speeds east at West Aiken.