A February day in Baltimore finds Canton Railroad SW900 48 laying over near the harbor.
Canton Railroad SW900 47 poses in and industrial section near Baltimore harbor. The switcher carries the name of Captain John O’Donnell, an 18th Century Irish Mariner who settled in Baltimore and ... (more)
Canton Railroad SW900 46 is parked for the weekend in an industrial area near the Baltimore harbor.
A Canton crew shoves a cut of CSXT gons across S. Clinton St, into the Ruckert Terminal.
CTN 1364 pulls an empty boxcar from the Ruckert Terminal.
Having pulled empties from Lehigh Cement, the Canton crew is about to cross S. Clinton St, as they make their way back to the coal yard.
A Canton crew pulls empties from the Lehigh Cement pier.
A Canton crew waits for a forklift to move a steel plate off the tracks, so they can pull empties from the Lehigh Cement pier.
A fusee burns in the street as a a Canton crew uses a pair of engines in the new paint scheme to shove a cut of boxcars across S Haven St into the Overflo Warehouse.
Canton 1364, one of two units in the new "Pulling for Maryland" paint, switches cars at Penn Mary Yard.
Four Canton RR locos.
Just a few hundred feet from where I-895 crosses over I-95, CTN 1204 shoves into Penn Mary Yard across two diamonds.
A Canton crew shoves cars into Sun Products Corporation's Baltimore plant.
An afternoon Canton crew switches out GAF in Baltimore's industrialized Canton District.
CTN 1501 switches a cut of gondolas along Boston Street in Baltimore.