Originally built for the Louisville and Nashville Railway in 1979, CSXT locomotive 8009 leads train Q137-21 westbound on it’s journey from the Port of Baltimore to Chicago, IL.
Q217, with an old school EMD leader, is west on track 1 at Lansdowne.
OCS P903-14 speeds west on track 1 at Lansdowne.
Q141 with a nice EMD leader and long train of intermodal and juice empties speeds west on track 1 at Lansdowne.
After a brief stop to check one of the trailing units, K043 is working hard as it gets back on the move, passing Q216 tied down on track 3.
K043-23, with a solid NS lashup, speeds westbound on track 1.
CSX Q439-18 heading West through Lansdowne, MD.
Q217, with a nice leader, crosses over from track 1 to track 3 at Lansdowne.
Q439 speeds west at Lansdowne.
Empty oil train K045-20 with a pair of UP units, speeds west through the interlocking at Lansdowne.
Q703 with a pair of EMD's speeds west through the interlocking at Lansdowne.
Westbound on Track No. 1 at Lansdowne. The eastbound coal train was tied down without a crew.
CSX autorack train Q261 rolls westbound under the newer signal bridges at Lansdowne near Baltimore behind a GE C40-8.
CSX manifest freight train Q439 rolls westbound under the newer signal bridges at Lansdowne near Baltimore behind a GE AC44.
A southbound MARC train passes under the new CSX signal bridge at Lansdowne as it makes its way out of Baltimore on a sunny Tuesday evening.