Three dusty E-44s are northbound at Aberdeen; the 3rd unit apparently dead-in-tow.
Laboring here in a relentless drizzle is about the biggest 0-6-0 that anyone could ever build, dwarfing the pacing pickup truck along Railroad Street.
The impressive CNJ 0-6-0 No. 113, panned crossing Beckville Road. The "6S46" on the side of the cab signifies its railroad classification- "6-wheeled Switcher, 46,000 pounds tracti... (more)
GG-1 No. 916 leads a 6-car Amfleet express past the long-gone northbound station shelter at Aberdeen. Note the power car at the rear of the train. No. 916 was built by Altoona-GE as the PRR 4918... (more)
Ex-Pennsy Alco Century 425 No. 2423 leads the Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society's 2nd Santa Train of the day. Passengers boarded at the Jacobson Hat Co. for a round-trip to Moscow.
A broken pantograph shoe has not stopped this eastbound two-car Silverliner Service train, which is boarding passengers at E-Town on a Sunday afternoon.
A southbound Metroliner rips across the four lanes of East Bel Air Avenue at 100 mph. Lead car No. 829 (PRR Class MP85E4) is a Westinghouse-equipped coach.
A worm's eye view of the nearly 200-ton E-60 preserved at Strasburg. Built by GE in 1976 as Amtrak No. 964, it was later rebuilt and renumbered by Amtrak. They were an impressive sight when haul... (more)
The semi-restored front end of the NKP 757. The locomotive has recently been moved to the track nearest PA Route 741.
Two Penn Central E-44s are leading an eastbound Truc-Train by the signal next to the parking lot of the Washington Boro United Methodist Church.
The "Clinchfield 676" (UP 3985) at its stop in St. Paul for the 50th Santa Claus Train in 1992. No steam in 2018 for the 76th edition, but country stars Maddie & Tae will be aboard to he... (more)
The "Clinchfield 676" (UP 3985) is climbing the grade to the tunnel at Trammel, on a deadhead move from Huntington, WV to Kingsport, TN. Not sure of exact location.
A Western Maryland SD40 is going solo up the Potomac Valley in the spring of 1981. No. 7570 was built as the WM 7470 in 1966.
The Clinchfield 676 (UP 3985) is about to get some light repairs from the UP steam crew, as an ex-L&N SD40-2 rolls by northbound. (Note the bent running board under the crane hook.)
We're looking out from an open-window coach, as the 614 makes a hard left at Viaduct Junction. It was a rocket-ride up the Potomac Valley that day.