NS 36A exits Norfolk Southern trackage and onto Amtrak at PERRY interlocking in Perryville, MD in the early morning hours of April 19, 2020.
Soaring over the Susquehanna! On the afternoon of Saturday, April 14, 2018, the Webb Rail LLC - Babbling Brook “Babbling Brook” (800007) and “Pacific Union” (800640) held the markers on Amtrak’s T... (more)
Note the Metroliner in the background. Sometimes Bruce got so 'lucky' with his compositions, it wouldn't surprise me if he staged them himself. A Bruce Van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my... (more)
It was nice to see that Walter actually caught the National Limited with more than one coach this time. A Walter Schopp original Kodachrome slide from my collection
A Bruce Van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
"Back Where it All Started" An Amtrak Regional fly's past Perryville Station, as I reflect on what has changed since my grandfather first took me there, so many years ago.
Oh, so now you want to see me? MARC 4913 (HHP-8, Bombardier) is a member of a class of engine once reviled by railfans and mechanics alike, but now sought after by photographers because of their l... (more)
B&O on the B&O. CSX 6025 (GP40-2) began life with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 9/1972. On Wednesday, April 24, 2019, it was an appropriate leader for the CSX Geometry Train as it covered for... (more)
An Amtrak Metroliner set races north through Perryville, MD, on its way from Washington to New York on a hazy summer day. A standard consist included two coaches, a parlor car, and a snack bar coa... (more)
Amtrak train 2255 blasts by the station at Perryville Maryland doing 90 mph. The old pennsy signals are a nice sight to see since old signals are rapidly dissapering.
A new full-height CPL signal, in 2018
Beautiful sunset along the Susquehanna on the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend
An Amtrak Acela Express transit heads for New York Penn Station from Washington Union Station as it spans the Susquehanna River at Perryville, Md., at sunset.
The ill-fated 601, not quite a year before it was wrecked in Port Richmond, Philadelphia, slowing to 90 mph for the Susquehanna River crossing.