The geometry train traverses Delaware siding and passes the former CCC&StL station.
A westbound Maryland Area Rail Commuter train crosses the Potomac River after exiting Harpers Ferry Tunnel into brilliant afternoon sunshine at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, on April 24, 1996.
The one and only bloody nose left on the roster is head out on this train. If you're lucky you can catch it when it comes into town for routine maintenance.
The CSX geometry train with the unique ex MARC unit checks track 2 on the Selkirk Branch.
CSX W003 sits tied down with blue flag protection on the Newburgh Industrial Track lead just off the River Subdivision. W003 ran south two days before wyed, then ran as far as Newburgh today testi... (more)
With CSX Q151 behind it and a Detroit Edison loaded coal train heading north the geometry test train rumbles south over the diamonds with NS at Vickers.
The geometry test train is making it's way down the Toledo Terminal after running south out of Detroit.
The new CSX Geometry train power along with their 2 car train rests at CSX Walbridge yard.
CSX's most recent acquisition of Maintenance equipment is an Ex. MARC GP40WH-2, painted in CSX's Boxcar Logo, used almost exclusively for the CSX Geometry Train. Today, he ran south from Baltimore... (more)
MARC 56 brings its train to a stop at Gaithersburg.
A MARC train crawls by WB Tower on a July evening in 1995.
The lone ranger of red nose MARC locomotives is about to depart on a revenue run.
An evening MARC commuter train makes its station stop at Laurel amidst the swirling snow.
MARC 57 shoves east toward Brunswick Yard on the evening of July 3rd, 1995.
The one and only red nose left on the system made its way over the road yet another time. This unit is normally used for protect and is rarely seen in action. All sister units were sold. some w... (more)