Elephant-style EMD E-Units with the 1955-built ex-CB&Q No. 9986B (E9A) leading a late afternoon commuter train by the old B&O tower at West Brunswick. The unit was rebuilt by Morrison-Knudsen for... (more)
Q217 empty auto racks head west as the DPU CSX 937 passes by the former B&O turntable in the foreground and WB Tower in Brunswick yard.
CSX 4527 recently upgraded from a SD70MAC to SD70AC leads an autorack train west on a foggy day by the caboose in Brunswick MD. The locomotive while in for a rebuild didn't get any attention to th... (more)
A CSX local preparing to switch an industry in Brunswick, Maryland.
CSX Q216 passing through downtown Brunswick, Maryland.
Near the throat of the eastbound classification yard at Brunswick, CSXT 940508 works to rerail several wayward loaded hoppers on the No. 4 running track on 08/24/1988.The former B&O X-217 ... (more)
An unidentified manifest (although I suspect Philadelphia/East Side to Saginaw R397) led by a U36B in Seaboard System paint, departs Brunswick yard in the afternoon of August 21, 1988. WB Tower ca... (more)
The day starts at sundown. For the oncoming crew of CSX Q136-06 (951, ES44AC-H) at Brunswick, Maryland, the workday has just begun. They enjoyed a beautiful sunset with the mountains of West Virgi... (more)
On a cold Saturday morning, two unit trains wait for permission to head East. On the right is CSX W754, sporting the recently modernized #480, which has been equipped with cab signals within the l... (more)
CSX 8608 and HLCX 7156 lead a loaded autorack east by Brunswick.
The MARC lineup at the yard in Brunswick, Maryland includes a set of RDC’s and three conventional trains. The F9PHA began life as Baltimore & Ohio F7A 937, and is now Norfolk Southern F9A 4270.
A pair of MARC RDC’s spends the weekend in Brunswick, Maryland. On Monday morning, they will head to Martinsburg to begin their revenue journey to Washington.
An inaugural revenue run of Siemens SC-44 Charger MARC 82 on the Brunswick Line. Shown arriving Brunswick en route to its final destination of Martinsburg, West Virginia.