The Mobile Division Operation Redblock engine leads an empty hopper train westbound on the Cumberland Sub.
The FM&P local passes a CPL signal near Bowest Jct.
Good thing most of those autoracks are empty! A whopping 3,500 horsepower leads Q219 upgrade at Glencoe.
It's just another day in Suburbia as 118 pulls into Kensington with an afternoon commuter train on MARC's Brunswick line.
1185 takes a break from switching duties at Rocky Mount.
It was a common sight to see CSX's F units in Brunswick during the early 90's as they were frequently used on MARC trains. A much more unusual sight was the 117 all by itself, which was almost al... (more)
A GP 16 leads a freight past the depot in Wilson. The GP 16s didn't last long in the CSX era, this was one of the few times I got to see one in action.
The earliest days of the B&P didn't look much different from the CSX days, or for that matter, the Chessie era. I wonder how long this wagontop caboose remained active?
J's operator OSes a passing train on the tower's block phone. It's amazing how many former B&O interlocking towers were still active in the early CSX era.
Miller operator Allen Brougham offers a friendly wave to passengers on the westbound Capitol Limited.
The operator lines a route through NA, one of the smallest towers on the former B&O.
A railroad I wish could have seen in action, the C&I. Nothing was running when I stopped by on a chilly March afternoon so I settled for a couple shots of their cabooses outside the shop.
303 sleeps the night away in Barton, across the street from the town post office.
The Western Maryland has been gone for decades, but you wouldn't know it by looking at this scene from Barton. Chop nose GP9 #25 and FA-2 #303 wear full WM speed lettering and look great for thei... (more)
E782's last car slowly rolls west on the Keystone Sub. In a few moments the train will be backing down the Salisbury Sub with the venerable caboose leading the way to Shaw Mine.