A beautiful morning for a double heritage unit set. The Original NS 8114 and N&W 8103 lead NS 12R across the Potomac River from West Virginia into Maryland on a beautiful Summer morning.
The newly painted and renumbered Norfolk Southern Executive units lead their first train since the renumbering on a trip South for the Masters Golf Tournament.
Pictured here crossing the Poto... (more)
The northbound Crescent heads over the Potomac River after passing Reagan National Airport on its way into Washington DC. Trees are in bloom and spring is already in the air.
The pre-Superliner Capitol Limited accelerates away from historic Harpers Ferry, in this view from the aerie of Maryland Heights. Old John Brown's (relocated) "fort" is on the left, and... (more)
The final Ringling Brothers Circus Blue Unit train heads to its last performance at Uniondale, Long Island signifying the end of an era.
The train, which had some engine problems along the way,... (more)
Empty coal train U786 heads west through the tunnel in Harper's Ferry, WV.
With stormy skies in the distance, Q130 crosses over the Potomac River in Harper's Ferry, WV. Q130 is lead by CSXT 4794 (SD70MAC) and CSXT 166 (AC44CW).
A pair of Ferromex engines are a long way from home crossing the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia.
CSX empty autorack train Q249 hustles West over the Potomac River, thus entering the historic town of Harpers Ferry, WV, on a gorgeous fall afternoon. Power for this train is of the veteran type, ... (more)
The NS Office Car Special (OCS) with the A-B-B-A head end power crosses over the Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia on a beautiful Summer afternoon.
The NS 1074 Lackawanna heritage unit leads an empty oil train out of the tunnel west across the former B&O past historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia on a beautiful Summer afternoon.
A wild lashup including BNSF 792 in warbonnet scheme, BNSF 9197 SD 70ACe, HLCX 7156 SD40-2 and a CN 2185 C40-8W lead an empty oil train across an icy Potomac River from Maryland into West Virginia... (more)
This unusual piece of equipment, the Loram Railvac LRV-11 running east across the Potomac River bridge towards the tunnel at Harpers Ferry.
Power shortages have made for interesting lashups on the CSX Cumberland Sub. SD80Mac CSX 4602 leading the CEFX 3113 out of the tunnel and over the river at Harpers Ferry.