Westbound Intermodal passes the 142 year old Point of Rocks depot just after midnight. Special thanks to Sean Hoyden for his assistance in capturing this image.
Fill'er up! A CSX work train bound for Baltimore stops to get some fuel from a tanker that pulled up along the tracks.
Westbound empty autoracks passing Brunswick on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
CSX Q278 with a pair of UP leaders heads east towards Baltimore with loaded autoracks.
CSX Q249 with CEFX 1043 leading the CP 8898 past Brunswick doing 30 mph. A problem with leader restricted this train to 30 mph from near Jessup, MD to Cumberland, MD.
"Movin' Along:" With the new passengers tucked away, MARC train P874 throttles up at Point of Rocks, MD as it hustles eastbound towards Washington D.C.See more photos on my F... (more)
"Change Is Coming:" A little before 8 AM, the Frederick local (D786) runs wrong main through the Point of Rocks tunnel, preparing to make his run up the Old Main Line. Although work... (more)
On a day with a sky that looks more like Autumn than Summer, an empty oil train with a pair of BNSF engines races west towards Cumberland.
"Through the Grips of Old Man Winter:" A gray engine on a gray day...time to get creative! The eastbound Capitol Limited, lead by Engineer Garth Nasser, rolls through Brunswick, MD i... (more)
"Snowy Commute:" Slowing for its second to last stop of the evening, MARC P881 arrives at Point of Rocks, MD to unload its passengers into a snow filled station.
The last train for Martinsburg heads past Brunswick Yard in the last golden rays of May.
L415 sits at Brunswick waiting for a clear signal to head east with one of the notorious 4700/4800 series SD70MACs on the point. These 130 unit along with the 20 SD70ACes are known best for the te... (more)
Two old GP's shuffle cars back and forth past empty WB Tower in the Brunswick Yard in preparation for Monday departures.
An ash train pulls up to the signal at Point of Rocks and stops to let a coal train head east on the Old Main Line before continuing on to Brunswick.
Good to see an SD40-2 leading the way.