A scene not to be repeated with Conrail and CPLs in Brunswick, Maryland.
CSX Q 398 heads eastbound on the westbound track and is seen being overtaken by PO 30
CSX Q 398 heads eastbound on the Westbound track after being passed by Amtrak PO 30
Q398 with a nice pair of EMD standard cabs for power enters the Locust Point Branch from Baileys Wye splitting the westbound signals at Leadenhall.
The roar of diesel locomotives interrupts a quiet winter morning in South Federal Hill, as Q398 rounds the curve at Race St, eastbound on the Locust Point Branch, nearing it's final destination of... (more)
Arriving at it's final destination, Q398 rounds the loop at Locust Point Yard.
Baltimore bound manifest Q398 passes Brunswick with three loaded coal trains waiting for crews to their final destinations.
A pair of former Conrail 80Mac's along with a GP40-2, SD40-2, and a CW40-8 lead manifest Q398 through the sprawling metropolis of Sandy Hook, Maryland.
The only SD80MAC in CSX Bright Future paint scheme leads the Q398 eastbound past two coal drags in Brunswick. A third coal drag is also visible to the upper right. Thanks CRB for the HU.
Eastbound mainifest departs #4 track to the main.
Under the distant moon, Q398 on the left passes three trains waiting to move east, all hooked up to compressed air, which allows crews not to have to walk their trains again.
An early morning HU from CRB leads to a nice pre-haze shot of renumbered (from 810) 4600 on approach to SHEN. Thanks Bill.
Q398 calls the approach slow signal at Weverton as he nears the western entrance of the Brunswick yard. Not far behind him is Q411. Around the bend in the river is Harpers Ferry.
A woman watches the passing manifest from the platform of the former B&O freight house.