Tag team! Canton crew 1 utilizing two locomotives for the days work at the Coal Yard.
With a heavy train for the day, Canton crew 1 has 2 locomotives for their work, as they pull empties out of the Lehigh Cement facility.
A Canton crew pulls paper empties out of the lower Rukert Terminal siding, as it passes the iconic Lehigh Cement pier.
With lights and number boards removed, it looks like this unit's days may be numbered considering this railroad recently took delivery of a new locomotive.
1906 splits the GAF plant as it rolls up the hill for Boise Cascade.
A crowd of fan looks on as CTN 1906 pulls a car out of Ruckert Terminals.
With loads sitting on the stub track to the left, Canton 1906 pulls empites off the Terminal Corporation siding, before spotting the loaded cars.
New kid in town... Canton Railroad's newest locomotive, CTN 1906, spots boxcars loaded with wine on the Terminal Corporation siding.
A Canton crew exits the upper Ruckert Terminals siding after spotting two cars. To the right of the train is vehicle carrier ARC Resolve, which has found a temporary home on Pier C at Ruckert.
Carrying the flag for the Canton. Canton Railroad 1203 (nee-MILW 2020, SW1200) and GP7us 1307 (nee-ATSF 2769, GP7) and 1364 (nee-ATSF 2765, GP7) sit outside the railroad's South Newkirk Street sho... (more)
A Canton crew pulls cars out of Ruckert Terminal.
A Canton crew crosses O'Donnell St on their return trip to Penn Mary Yard, after switching Eastern Recycling Services, and Boise Building Materials.
A Canton Railroad crew prepares to pull two reefer cars off a customer siding along Holabird Ave.
A February day in Baltimore finds Canton Railroad SW900 48 laying over near the harbor.
Canton Railroad SW900 47 poses in and industrial section near Baltimore harbor. The switcher carries the name of Captain John O’Donnell, an 18th Century Irish Mariner who settled in Baltimore and ... (more)