CSXT 911 visits the B&O Railroad Museum.
Passengers wait on platform to board a Northeast Regional bound for Boston.
In their last fall of revenue service, the 940 departs BWI amid the changing foliage.
A heavy snow storm doesn't slow down this toaster. Note the first car behind the engine is the 10005 Catenary Measurement Car.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad No. 4500 is a 2-8-2 light Mikado , built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1918. The USRA nationalised the nation's railroad system and these light Mikados were chos... (more)
B&O 6405 hands out with some EMD siblings at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum.
Crew 2 crosses the CSX diamond, while using the "Hill Track" for headroom during switching at Penn Mary Yard.
Before she was a Star…Sitting on a parking lot display track at the B&O Railroad Museum, C&O H-6 2-6-6-2 #1309, looks as forlorn as the weather the day I visited the museum. Who could have imagi... (more)
On the Tracks. The EA for B&O, along with the E1 for Santa Fe and the E2 for UP, was part of EMC's first streamlined passenger diesels designed to operate as standalone units versus the pr... (more)
Majestic Remnant. This beautiful streamlined locomotive rests at the B&O Museum, looking as if it wants just one more chance to get on the main.
Running on trackage rights, I138-27 snakes through Canton Railroad's Penn Mary Yard, as it nears the Port of Baltimore Seagirt Marine Terminal.
On display at the museum
Grab your shots while you can of first generation Acela trains.
CSXT 1776 leads a late running I138 down the yard lead at Bayview.
Originally built for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway in September of 1952, Canton Railroad's pair of GP7R's have reached the end of the line, as they don't meet current EPA standards. ... (more)