A 1956-built ex-B&O RDC on Thomas Viaduct, which connects Elkridge to Relay. Note the 15-foot high obelisk on the Relay side, erected by builder John McCartney; one side is inscribed- "The T... (more)
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.