“Capt. John O’Donnell”CTN 47, Canton Railroad’s SW900 “Capt. John O’Donnell”, is tied down for the weekend at the road’s (then) headquarters on Boston Street.The... (more)
The Boston Street crossing in Canton is the place to catch the widest variety of railroad action in Baltimore. Here one of the Canton's SWs is bringing a few cars back from the NS interchange as i... (more)
Crew 2 prepares to uncouple from, and run around, their train prior to spotting cars at area customers.
Crew 2 crosses the CSX diamond, while using the "Hill Track" for headroom during switching at Penn Mary Yard.
Originally built for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway in September of 1952, Canton Railroad's pair of GP7R's have reached the end of the line, as they don't meet current EPA standards. ... (more)
A Canton crew switches the Boston Street Bulk Terminal.
Canton 1307 and 1364, having been retired, await scrapping on site, at the south end of Penn Mary Yard.
A pair of Canton crews shuffle cars at their Penn Mary Yard.
Canton Railroad crew 2 and crew 1, switch side by side at Penn Mary Yard.
Canton 1987 basks in the sun outside the engine house and yard office at Canton Railroad's Penn Mary Yard.
Canton 1906 switches cars in a snowy Penn Mary Yard.
After having spotted boxcars of paper at the Ruckert Marine Terminal, the Canton crew exits the port lite power, with general cargo vessel Atlantic Project II docked at the pier in the background.... (more)
Tag team! Canton crew 1 utilizing two locomotives for the days work at the Coal Yard.
With a heavy train for the day, Canton crew 1 has 2 locomotives for their work, as they pull empties out of the Lehigh Cement facility.
A Canton crew pulls paper empties out of the lower Rukert Terminal siding, as it passes the iconic Lehigh Cement pier.