Two days after departing Chicago, hotshot intermodal train Q138-14, with an NS leader, approaches the S Newkirk St grade crossing on the Sparrows Point Industrial Track, as it nears it's final des... (more)
The Pennsylvania Railroad's No. 4890 (Altoona-GE, March, 1940) was looking pretty good here at the B&O Museum in 1991. Author Karl R. Zimmermann, in his book "The Remarkable GG1" said of this pai... (more)
The All American Locomotive, better known as Chessie System 3802 heads back to the B&O Railroad Museum which can be seen in the Baltimore skyline. I shot through the cab window since it was a soli... (more)
Y131-05, on board train Q035-05, crosses overhead Eastern Avenue as they make there way up the hill from Seagirt to Bayview.
Older than the former Clinchfield F-units that it is switching, a 1948 Baltimore and Ohio NW2 is readying an excursion train at Camden Station in Baltimore. The switcher began life in the Chesapea... (more)
Three years after being severely damaged in a Kentucky roundhouse fire, former Reading 4-8-4 2101 is stuffed and mounted at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore.
Q276-26 with a pair of NS motors crosses the Patapsco River on the Curtis Bay Branch.
Bayview local HB48 drops cars for the Canton Railroad at 5th Avenue Yard.
Detail of MPA Tool Car X11, photographed (with permission) while it was privately owned and residing in East Baltimore in 1984. It was subsequently moved to the Ma & Pa mainline at Muddy Creek For... (more)
A decade ago these red nosed wide cab GP40s were common power on MARC trains.
Q403-29 passes Under Armour and Domino Sugar as it rounds the loop at Locust Point Yard.
Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad GE 70-Tonner yard switcher No. 50, "American Freedom Train" 4-8-4 No. 1 (former Reading Railroad No. 2101) manufactured by Baldwin Locomotive Works and C... (more)
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 4-6-2 Pacific No. 5300 "President Washington" (built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in February 1927) and Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 4-6-4 Streamlined Hudson No. ... (more)
Y131 brings Q031's Baltimore pickup up the hill from the Seagirt Marine Terminal to Bayview, as it crosses over O'Donnell St on the Sparrows Point Industrial Track.
Countless Alco switchers were rebuilt with Caterpillar or Cummins engines, and sold to small mine operations throughout Appalachia. Most had their cabs removed or sealed s... (more)