We're looking out from an open-window coach, as the 614 makes a hard left at Viaduct Junction. It was a rocket-ride up the Potomac Valley that day.
A family enjoys the sights (and some fishing) along the banks of the Susquehanna River as an Amtrak Regional Express led by ACS-64 No. 613 sprints towards Havre de Grace, Baltimore, and eventually... (more)
Bayview local Y328 crosses O'Donnell St on the Sparrows Point Industrial Track, as it returns to Bayview from Tradepoint Rail's Grays Yard with 25 cars in tow.
Bayview local Y328 crosses the Bear Creek swing bridge, as it departs Tradepoint Rail's Grays Yard, with 16 cars in tow.
HB48, with the lone OLS unit assigned to the Baltimore Terminal, crosses Colgate Creek on the Bear Creek Running Track with export tractors and automobiles for the Port of Baltimore.
"Western Maryland" 501 crosses the National Highway (U.S. 40) on the outskirts of Cumberland, Md. The GP30 became the star of the show during the "Farewell to 734" trip on this... (more)
NS 592 with a trio of EMD units in charge is south on Amtrak crossing the Gunpowder River at Chase, MD.
Loaded ethanol train K630-15 is east on track 2 of the Curtis Bay Branch crossing the Patapsco River. Just ahead lies Curtis Bay Yard, the final destination on this train's long journey.
Maryland & Delaware 1203 leads a westbound train into Federalsburg, Md., powering one of five round trips celebrating Hurlock's fall festival.
HB01 with a load of export tractors for the Dundalk Marine Terminal, crosses Colgate Creek on the Bear Creek Running Track.
Empty oil train K143-15, with a colorful lashup, speeds west across the Jones Falls and is about to duck under North Ave on the Baltimore Belt Line.
With it's head end having just come off Garrett Island, K145-28 speeds west towards Baltimore across the iconic Susquehanna River bridge.
With high sun quickly approaching, Q439-22 speeds west, across the Little Gunpowder River, from Harford County into Baltimore County.
Q217 with a very nice lashup, speeds west towards Baltimore, across White Marsh Run.