The track geometry train is westbound on the Port Road at CP-PILOT.
An eastbound freight exits the middle of the three tunnels near the Mason-Dixon Line on the Columbia & Port Deposit Branch. Frazier Tunnel is 1/10 mile below the PA-MD border; about 3 miles south ... (more)
NS 8090 leads empty crude oil tank cars West on the Port Road. This bridge crosses over Octoraro Creek and another railroad bridge built in 1868 by the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad.
Empty oil train 67X, hammers west through the interlocking at CP-PILOT.
Here's a ground-level view of the 1954 excursion down the Port Line to Perryville. The overpass is US-1 bridge, John's probable vantage point for the sister photos of this special. The general a... (more)
Pennsy ran an excursion train down the Port Line in the early autumn of '54, the riders enjoy a break and photo op. It would be an interesting project to research old copies of Trains from that e... (more)
Taken on an excursion down to Perryville, the ladies and gentlemen railfans have completed a photo op at the substation. The ladies are in dresses and the men in coats and ties, no jeans, t-shir... (more)
The cabin car of a westbound Conrail hopper train on the Port Road, bound for Enola and beyond.