A Canton crew exits the upper Ruckert Terminals siding after spotting two cars. To the right of the train is vehicle carrier ARC Resolve, which has found a temporary home on Pier C at Ruckert.
A Canton crew pulls cars out of Ruckert Terminal.
A Canton Railroad crew prepares to pull two reefer cars off a customer siding along Holabird Ave.
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.
Four Canton RR locos.
CTN 1501 switches a cut of gondolas along Boston Street in Baltimore.
Two Canton Railroad jobs have congregated just south of Boston St. as they go about their chores working the myriad industries in this eastern part of Baltimore. The SW1500 is of SP heritage and ... (more)
This locomotive is sitting quietly most likely taking the weekend off for the Fourth of July. The horn on this locomotive is mounted in a location that I haven't seen too often.
An afternoon switch job shuffles through Baltimore's Canton district. This interesting section of track also sees trains from CSX and NS.
The majority of the Canton roster is resting at Penn Mary on a Sunday afternoon.