Seen from the Lansdowne Avenue overpass, an eastbound Baltimore & Ohio train creeps through Lansdowne, Maryland.
Eastbound hoppers roll through Lansdowne, Maryland, on the Baltimore & Ohio. A pair of Chessie GP40-2’s (one C&O, one B&O) is powering the train.
In the summer of 1979, Conrail somehow got its hands on a trio of Santa Fe GP40X units, and used them system wide, including a few days in the Allentown area. This may be the only time that Santa ... (more)
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)
A blue B&O GP40 leads two Chessies on a westbound freight from Philadelphia at White Marsh, Maryland.
Newly-restored Reading C630 5308 stands on a Blue Mountain & Reading siding in Temple, Pennsylvania.
The 1986 Blue Mountain & Reading railfan weekend featured a constant schedule of two trains operating between Temple and Hamburg, Pennsylvania, meeting at Leesport. Here a northbound (timetable we... (more)
Late on an October day, the Bessemer & Lake Erie’s Western Allegheny local rolls into Hooker, Pennsylvania. The 4:00 call time made it tough to get photos at this end of the branch.
The Bessemer & Lake Erie Western Allegheny local passes through the area known as Troutman, Pennsylvania.
The Western Allegheny branch of the Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad operated with F7’s from dieselization until the day that it was abandoned. Here the train from Kaylor works toward Queen Junction ... (more)
Under spectacular Texas skies, a Houston-bound Santa Fe train passes through Rogers, Texas.
A pair of Santa Fe rebuilt GP7’s bracket a pair of rebuilt GP9’s on a Houston-bound train headed into the fuel pads south of Temple, Texas.
Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station’s main concourse is decorated for two occasions in this December 1983 view. Balloons celebrating the 50th anniversary of the station, including an inflatable F40... (more)
Cloudy with a Pair of Meatballs
A southbound Amtrak NEC train crosses the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Maryland. Trains of this length rated two AEM7’s for power.
A northbound Northeast Corridor train crosses the western shoreline of the Susquehanna River at Havre de Grace, Maryland.