“Loose Caboose”No longer wearing its “Linking NORTH and SOUTH” herald, RF&P caboose 923 (built 12/1970 by Southern Iron & Equipment) had wandered off home rails with the Ringling Brothe... (more)
Some fall color still hanging on.
One of five built by ALCo for C&O.
“Clear Signal: Hammerjacks”The B&O’s Chesapeake (Brunswick to Philadelphia) is eastbound, passing Hammerjacks just before reaching HB Tower in Baltimore at 18:56 on August 17, 1... (more)
It's not every day you get to see this up close. The undercutter lifts the track to scoop out and clean dirt and sediment that gathers in the ballast.
A foggy but action packed morning sees an Acela depart as a Northeast Regional arrives.
Baltimore Penn Station.
This was a very common sight four years ago, but now the scene has Sprinters instead of Toasters.
921 accelerates out of BWI on a nice fall day.
Still brings back wonderful memories of growing up in the region to see the displays at the museum.
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.
CTN 1364 pulls an empty boxcar from the Ruckert Terminal.
A worn out, old Alco sits just outside the old car shops at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, lashed up with a BL2 and some sort of slug. I am unsure of the origins or plans for this... (more)
C&O's famous streamlined steamer, number 490 "The Hudson", sits on display in the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore Maryland today. The 490 once pulled passenger tr... (more)
Once common, now rare... This particular unit has been off the roster for a number of years and only one sister unit remains relegated to protect duty.