Track geometry train, W003-15, crosses the historic Thomas Viaduct, on it's journey from Baltimore to Richmond.
Northbound MARC commuter train rolls across Thomas Viaduct on the original B&O mainline between Baltimore & Washington D.C.
Q217, with a pair of KCS Southern Belles, crosses the historic Thomas Viaduct, and a rain swollen Patapsco River.
Running as lite power out of Curtis Bay, Q277-20 is west on track 1 of the Capital Sub en route to Jessup where it will pick up it's train of empty autoracks.
The "Spirit of Cumberland" leads empty autorack train Q217-24, west across the Thomas Viaduct.
Q217 with a pair of BNSF pumpkins, adds a splash of color on a cloudy day, as it crosses the historic Thomas Viaduct.
Q409 with a KCS unit trailing, crosses the historic Thomas Viaduct.
A pair of Chessie units lead the James E Strates carnival train over the historic Thomas Viaduct. Note the white monument that commemorates the construction of the viaduct
Q217-30 with an SD40-2 on the point speeds west on track 2 of CSX's Capital Subdivision, crossing the historic Thomas Viaduct.
A MARC RDC set is heading from Baltimore to Washington, crossing Thomas Viaduct on a warm September morning.
Dressed for the Chessie, former Reading T-1 2101 hauls the Chessie Steam Special over the famous Thomas Viaduct to help celebrate the Sesquicentennial of the first railroad in America, the B&O.
Thomas Viaduct spans the Patapsco River Valley
Not the best looking passenger train in the country, a real mix of paint schemes on this one.
The Thomas Viaduct carrries a southbound merchandise train across the Patapsco River on a sunny Monday morning.
This daily southbound intermodal cruises over the Thomas Viaduct. The top of the white obelisk commemorating the 1835 completion of the bridge can be seen behind the train on the far side of the ... (more)