The red-orange-blue nose treatment of the Metroliners was certainly eye-catching. Note the third car on this southbound train, which has been rebuilt to move equipment to the roof out of the dust... (more)
With 36-year veteran engineer Harry A. Wilgis at the throttle, the restored PRR 4935 makes its first revenue run northbound. Bringing up the markers are the ex-PRR business car No. 120, "Pen... (more)
Southbound doubleheaded GG-1s stop traffic on Bel Air Avenue. The 919 was built in August, 1942, as PRR 4924.
A northbound GG1-powered Metroliner passes through Aberdeen, observed by a young man on a bike. The 40-year old electrics were pressed into this high-speed service when the original Metroliner MU... (more)
The E-60 that is now preserved at Strasburg is seen in its heyday crossing Bel Air Avenue at high speed on its way to Washington, DC. E-60 operations, the vintage autos, and the 4-lane grade cros... (more)
Traffic on West Bel Air Avenue in downtown Aberdeen has come to a halt, as empty oil train K155-25 speeds west towards Baltimore.
Empty oil train K143-23 speeds west across West Bel Air Avenue.
Empty oil train K045-04, with a nice leader, speeds west by the old B&O station at Aberdeen.
On the first day of spring, K143 speeds westbound through the snow at Aberdeen.
The wheels are starting to turn on the restoration of the former B&O Aberdeen, MD passenger station, by the Harford County Historical Society. Awaiting a new foundation, 50' away from CSX's Phila... (more)
D777 is eastbound by Aberdeen Station on CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision.
Q297 rolls by the dilapidated B&O station at Aberdeen on the Philadelphia Subdivision.
K057-22 with a rare solid standard cab EMD lashup, speeds west on the Philly Sub single main towards Baltimore.
Q373 with a UP leader, speeds westbound on the single track, approaching the West Bel Air Ave grade crossing in Aberdeen.
Detour empty ethanol train K495-02 with a sweet standard cab EMD lashup speeds west past the old B&O depot at Aberdeen, MD.