Saw these very interesting loads being pulled by 2 CSX locos through Baltimore, MD. Does anyone have any information on these loads (what they are, where theyre going,etc.)? PS:sorry for the poor quality, shot these with my iphone.
In an effort to make it trackside more often, I took a little time after work to drive over to the MARC station in Odenton to watch as commuters headed home for the day.
Shortly after I arrived, a southbound 641 made its way into the station led by cab car #7849.
MARC 641 by...
I took a slightly longer lunch break to enjoy some fresh air on this beautiful day and check out the railroad action at Laurel, MD. There wasn't much, but I did manage to catch this southbound freight passing the MARC station.
Lunchtime At Laurel by VirginiaSouthern, on Flickr
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Since I'm currently deployed, and therefore unable to do any railfanning, I've been doing a weekly series (I've been tardy about it recently) on my blog looking back at past railfan outings and experiences. In continuing with it I did a little reminiscing about my first major railfan trip after...
A photo freight on the West Virginia Central passes through Aggregates, West Virginia, during the photographers' weekend on April 24, 2005. The lead FA served as a cab car on the Long Island Rail Road and has no prime mover.
This is "Mountain Thunder", on the turntable at Frostburg, Maryland. This is the turn-around point for the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, out of Cumberland, Maryland (USA). This photo was taken on October 20, 2002.
In July of 2003, a former PRR E-8 makes a excursion run up to Baltimore, and then onto Harrisburg for a NRHS trip. It is just after 7:30am on that Sat., and it was truly a site to see her in action coming up the NEC at Bowie Md. Not the best photo of her that day I'm sure, but my only one, and...
Western Maryland (Scenic) 2-8-0 No.734 gets a drink of water following a photo freight charterin January 1999.
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