CSXT GP38 2180 in Family Lines paint, and CSXT GP40-2 6123 in Chessie colors, take a work train west on No. 3 Main between CG (Curtis Bay Jct.) and Gable Avenue.CSXT 2180 is ex-SBD 6271, n... (more)
Q032-23 exits the eastern portal of the Howard St Tunnel, and passes through the train shed of the former B&O Mt Royal Station.
A Canton crew exits the upper Ruckert Terminals siding after spotting two cars. To the right of the train is vehicle carrier ARC Resolve, which has found a temporary home on Pier C at Ruckert.
Carrying the flag for the Canton. Canton Railroad 1203 (nee-MILW 2020, SW1200) and GP7us 1307 (nee-ATSF 2769, GP7) and 1364 (nee-ATSF 2765, GP7) sit outside the railroad's South Newkirk Street sho... (more)
The final Q439 diverges from track 1 of the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision to 4 Runner at Carroll interlocking, on it's journey to Curtis Bay Yard.
A Canton crew pulls cars out of Ruckert Terminal.
A Canton crew crosses O'Donnell St on their return trip to Penn Mary Yard, after switching Eastern Recycling Services, and Boise Building Materials.
D021-02 prepares to depart Locust Point Yard with a tie train in tow, which will be dumped on the Baltimore Belt Line west of Bayview. Locust Point Yard, which was closed by Hunter Harrison, has ... (more)
CSXT 6519 sits in the Locust Point Yard with the old grain elevator in the background.
One of 14 Alco RS-3's (185-198) owned by WM.
Having just emerged from the eastern portal of the short tunnel under W Mt Royal Ave, Q438-19 is east on the single main, Baltimore Terminal Subdivision, as it passes the MTA Light Rail University... (more)
CSXT 4553 and CSXT 5379 sits near Hollins Ferry Rd grade crossing with downtown Baltimore in the background.
CSXT 6127 sits in the railroad yard in Locust Point with the old grain elevator in the background.
Empty ethanol train K603-01, with a nice EMD duo, is westbound on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision, as it passes through the interlocking at Huntingdon Ave.
Bayview local H02, with three loaded autoracks for Dundalk Marine Terminal, passes 5th Avenue Yard, and a Canton Railroad MOW crew at work on their adjacent trackage.