An immaculate GP9 heads up the Maryland Midland's dinner train, with an F7A trailing. The 200 was built as the NW No. 793 in 1957 and was later chop-nosed before being acquired by the Corpus Chri... (more)
Having run around his train at Highfield, Maryland Midland 200 is ready to couple up and head east toward Union Bridge.
An Entertrainment excursion travels over the Maryland Midland west of Thurmont, crossing over the Rt. 550 overpass.
An Entertrainment dinner train prepares to depart Union Bridge station in the fall of 1994. The station was built in 1902 by the Western Maryland Railway.
Maryland Midland GP9 #200 is towed behind a loaded cement train allowing for the rare opportunity to shoot MMID power in good light on the street running trackage. The real power for this train (... (more)
A telephoto exaggerates the distance between the car and this MMID train at the cement plant. When finished switching, this train will rumble down Farquhar Street on its way back to the yard.
This MMID crew is switching the Lehigh Portland cement plant, the largest customer on the MMID.
Sweet Dreams! How'd you like to be able to climb out of your bedroom window onto a passing GP9? This house is only about four feet from the tracks. Maryland Midland also runs a train up Farquha... (more)
A splash of color in a cement gray world. A Maryland Midland GP9 switches cement hoppers at Lehigh Portland Cement, the railroad's biggest customer.