Flying white flags Maryland Midland’s Union Bridge – Highfield turn rounds the horseshoe curve at Sabillasville, Maryland. The train has picked up quite a few interchange cars in Highfield.
A Maryland Midland waits on his SD24 while his conductor exchanges waybills with the operator at the Western Maryland office in Highfield, Maryland.
Maryland Midland SD24 6252 pauses next to the Western Maryland office in Highfield, Maryland. On the right is the former WM East Subdivision, which was spun off to the MMID between here and Emory ... (more)
An early Maryland Midland westbound train is in the middle of the horseshoe curve in Sabillasville, Maryland. The leading cars are all MMID covered hoppers.
Maryland Midland’s westbound train is seen crossing over the Maryland highway 550 as it climbs the Catoctin Mountains west of Thurmont, Maryland.
EMD’s SD24 was sold to customers in the west and the southeast, but not the northeast. In 1984, some secondhand SD24’s finally penetrated the northeast when the fledgling Maryland Midland bought f... (more)
A westbound Maryland Midland train works through Detour, Maryland.
A westbound Maryland Midland train, with a former Burlington Northern SD24 for power, passes the Donald Six mill in Middleburg, Maryland.
One of the Maryland Midland’s four ex-Burlington Northern SD24’s stands by the Highfield, Maryland office. The EMD is on the former Western Maryland main line to Baltimore, while the track on the ... (more)
Actually owned or leased by Conagra, MMID is about the only lettering on this ex-BN, nee CB&Q dinosaur. The units were acquired by MMID in the mid 80s but apparently did not work out. It did no... (more)