Amtrak AEM-7AC No. 919 with southbound "Northeast Regional" train No. 173 from Boston, MA to Washington, DC.
The southbound Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus train makes its funeral run to Florida after the last show of the Red Unit in Providence, R.I. Only a skeleton crew is onboard.
Get it at dawn! Norfolk Southern Corp 591 is waiting for a signal to proceed north from the Susquehanna River at Perryville, Maryland on May 19, 2017. Norfolk Southern moves a number of freight tr... (more)
A late evening Regional Express charges south through Perrryville, MD bound for Baltimore and eventually, Washington DC. by nights end.
A northbound Acela Express races through Perryville, MD catching the last light of day crossing the Susquehanna River while en route to Wilmington, DE and points north.
Having just received the signal from Amtrak onto the Northeast Corridor, 66T accelerates east on the siding, as 590 holds on the main in the distance.
CSX hotshot intermodal Q032-25, exits the east end of the Susquehanna River bridge, as it passes over NS 38A, stopped on the Port Road below awaiting a signal from Amtrak, for the remainder of it'... (more)
Amtrak Northeast Regional train 140 speeds across the historic Susquehanna River Bridge in Perryville, Maryland.
The PRR bridge across the Susquehanna River on the Northeast Corridor is impressive structure by any standards. This view from the Perryville side shows an Acela trainset headed north.
64R rolls by the car inspector at Minnick.
64R with the original NS heritage unit on the point, leaves NS trackage for Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
A overestimated snowstorm that hit the I-95 corridor on March 14 still dumped a heavy mix of snow and sleet, causing trees to fall along the entire Philadelphia Subdivision. Q031 came across a few... (more)
A northbound Acela Express crosses the Susquehanna River bridge on a gorgeous late February morning.
NS 632 with mineral freight bound for Baltimore just got a fresh crew upriver in Port Deposit and makes a daylight appearance under the wires on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
NS 66R takes its final steps on the NS Port Road branch before making a right turn towards Baltimore on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.