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St. Eliz. Hosp. #4 - By CSXvet on 08/05/07 at 17:49:13 - 'St_Liz.jpg.jpg' 212 KB
For you fans of the B&O Museum's #4, here she is working as God and the U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare intended.

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Re: Ocean City & Western - By CHESSIEMIKE on 08/04/07 at 00:13:48 - 'Ocean_City_Western_114_S3265.jpg' 59 KB
I came across #114 parked at Snow Hill MD. on Aug 3, 1986.
CHESSIEMIKE

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 04/05/06 at 02:10:46 - 'reGCcart.jpg' 124 KB
This is....um...well, i don't know what this is, but it's parked beside Green cove station.
 
More when time permits.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 04/05/06 at 02:07:34 - 'GCre.jpg' 107 KB
This is Green Cove.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 04/05/06 at 02:02:08 - 'whitetop_re.jpg' 92 KB
Ok guys....I'm still alive!
 
I mentioned a branch line that once ran into West Jefferson, NC...the "Virginia Creeper", as it's known in the area. It's now a bike trail. I have purchased a Mtn bike, and hope to get some pics of some of the harder to reach areas soon.  
 
Recently i took a trip through White Top, VA to get pics of the old depots. This is White Top station, perhaps the most famous on the Virginia creeper line.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:42:20 - 'VCpics_010r.jpg' 134 KB
This is the view south from the same location. As you can tell, it was very overcast when these were taken, and what little light there was quickly faded after this, so these were the last.
 
Hope you enjoyed.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:38:14 - 'VCpics_008r.jpg' 90 KB
On up North, i came across a small community called Meadowview, complete with an old depot.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:34:09 - 'VCpics_006r.jpg' 128 KB
If you want to fan this route, take Hillman HWY rather than #11 toward Marion. It runs right next to the tracks for several miles, and you will be treated to photo locations with good track views. I got no trains today, as i was in a hurry to get back home and watch the Panthers play. Should have stayed up here...
 
Just North of Abington.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:25:10 - 'VCpics_005mr.jpg' 484 KB
There is a plaque in front that gives some info. I have posted it full size, so it will be easier to read.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:06:33 - 'VCpics_004r.jpg' 84 KB
Builders plate.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:04:24 - 'VCpics_001r.jpg' 129 KB
Side.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 01/23/06 at 01:01:35 - 'VCpics_002r.jpg' 162 KB
Spent a bit of time around Abington today. ALCO #433 is on display at the end of the old line that ran into West Jefferson , NC.....right past Brownwood depot ( get it ).

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 12/28/05 at 22:08:40 - '12-28-05_005r.jpg' 104 KB
Ok, so i finally saw a train in Marion....big deal! I knew they came through, or else the tracks wouldn't be here. I had read somewhere on the web that this line got around 4 trains a day, so i figured that was all i was going to see.
 
Much to my surprise, i met another while heading back to Marion, literally just minutes behind the one in the pics. I got no pics of that one, as i was stuck on the divided part of 11, and probably would have had to drive several miles to get a shot, but i am surprised to see NS run 2 trains that close together. Is this a common practice with NS?
 
Furthermore, i caught some garbled talk on the scanner while north of Marion that makes me think i might have missed yet another train waiting on the siding. 2 trips to Marion and nothing but a single Connie, and then BAM!, 2 or 3 trains in 30 minutes!
This line is used, and these were long, double-stack trains with 3 power units each. Cool!
 
You may be wondering why i keep getting surprised by trains when i have a scanner, and that's something i would like to ask you guys about. I have a pro 89 hand-held from Radio shack. It seems to get as good a reception as any, yet i rarely hear anything until a train is right on me. Don't get me wrong, I've lived in these mountains all my life, so i know this terrain isn't suited to receiving signals, but should it be that bad?
 
Hope you enjoyed!

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 12/28/05 at 21:44:13 - '12-28-05_003r.jpg' 110 KB
Not one to give up, i waited for the grade crossing to clear, and hauled rear back down the line to get this one of lead unit #9857, with #8778 C39-8E being the meat in the GE sandwich. Not too shabby for a putz!!

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 12/28/05 at 21:39:16 - '12-28-05_001r.jpg' 89 KB
Thanks Mike. I was just wondering if anyone had actually read the post
 
Well....when it rains it pours. Went to Abington and followed 11 back up to Marion from the south. Nothing!
Just on the outskirts of Marion, i stopped at a small park area to fiddle with the scanner. So of course, here comes a south-bound....me with no camera ready or anything! I quickly snapped this pic of the 2nd of 2 dash 9's, BNSF 4516 into sunlight. I never professed to be a photographer  

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 12/28/05 at 01:52:01 - '100_0262rr.jpg' 101 KB
Another view.

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Re: What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 12/28/05 at 01:47:34 - '100_0261rr.jpg' 126 KB
Have i stumped you guys?
 
Well in that case, i'll tell you what i know, which isn't much. After spending some time on the web searching, it seems this line is or was called the Radford or Pulaski branch, and continues on into Abington, Va. The Va railroad map also shows a short line south of Marion called the Shenandoah valley railroad ( or at least that what it looks like on the very difficult-to-read Va RR map ), so i'll have to check that out. The way looks well used & maintained, and there are new signals waiting in a small lot in the middle of town, so NS must value this line.    
 
 I ran hwy 11 north, which parallels the tracks for several miles, on up into the edge of Wytheville, and i have to say this line is worth fanning just for it's rustic value. The tracks go away from 11 a few miles outside of a little town called Rural Retreat, and this is where i saw the only train that i would see for the whole day, an SD40-2 in Conrail colors performing some switching duties at a large plant.
 
[EDIT- After putting Shenandoah Valley through Google, it's obvious that the short-line shown could not be SVRR.   It must be a glitch in the map...probably just a spur or something.]

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What can you tell me about Marion VA? - By Near_Brownwood_Dep on 12/04/05 at 23:30:20 - 'Mariondepot.jpg' 115 KB
Took a trip to Marion, VA today. I knew that NS has a line through this town, so i thought i would go over and snoop a bit. Can someone tell me about this line, like how much traffic, ETC?
 
I didn't get trains, but i did get the old Depot...


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Re: Hampton & Langley Field Railway - By CHESSIEMIKE on 11/24/05 at 09:42:00 - 'Hampton_Langley_Field_Railway_Map.jpg' 243 KB
on Nov 20th, 2005, 1:43pm, JasonU wrote:       (Click here for original message)
Shown in this shot, the remains of the H&LF bridge leading into the base can be seen. This bridge caught fire and burned. Not much remains.
Linked Image: http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y220/jay611/LHF_Trestle.jpg
If you compare this photo with a map from back in the day you will note that the King Street Bridge is no longer parallel to the H&LF RY trestlework.  According to old maps, at one time they were parallel.
CHESSIEMIKE
 


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Re: Hampton & Langley Field Railway - By CHESSIEMIKE on 11/24/05 at 09:31:06 - 'HLF_RY_Possible_Right_of_Way_Map.jpg' 175 KB
This map is marked with a blue line that marks what I think is a road that was built on the right of way of the H&LF RY.  Also I think the photos you took of the interchange with the C&O line are too far west of the actual interchange site.  Go a little farther east and you can find where the C&O line changes from 132lb rail to around 100 lb rail and you will be very close to the interchange site.

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/30/05 at 09:58:56 - 'General_Horn.jpg' 51 KB
and her horn  
 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/General_Horn.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/30/05 at 09:57:52 - 'BBRR_GENERAL.jpg' 166 KB
the BBRR RS4TC was sitting in a siding...
 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR_GENERAL.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 20:04:13 - 'BBRR01_NewCanton.jpg' 258 KB
Last one
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR01_NewCanton.jpg


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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 20:03:08 - 'BBRR_01_Bridge.jpg' 126 KB

 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR_01_Bridge.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 20:02:11 - 'BBRR_01_NewCanton.jpg' 254 KB

Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR_01_NewCanton.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 20:00:28 - 'BBRR_01_turn.jpg' 191 KB

 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR_01_turn.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 19:59:21 - 'BBRR_01_Curve.jpg' 196 KB

 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR_01_Curve.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 19:58:18 - 'WelcometoDilwin_01.jpg' 155 KB

 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/WelcometoDilwin_01.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 19:57:10 - 'Depot_Dilwin_BBRR01.jpg' 142 KB

 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/Depot_Dilwin_BBRR01.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 19:56:14 - 'BBRR_01101_Dilwin.jpg' 172 KB

 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/BBRR_01101_Dilwin.jpg

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Re: BBRR Leaf Rambler - By JasonU on 10/29/05 at 19:55:27 - 'RFP_101_Dilwin.jpg' 182 KB
not a bad trip  
 
Linked Image: http://forums.railfan.net/Images//Mid-Atlantic/RFP_101_Dilwin.jpg

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Re: Mid Alantic Shortlines! - By bully4tr on 10/29/05 at 16:15:59 - 'acl14a.jpg' 173 KB
No, Atlantic Coast Line ran north into D.C. but not into Delaware or Jersey.
Geoff
Here is a 1914 map of the entire system.
 
on Oct 29th, 2005, 7:10am, Jim-Go wrote:       (Click here for original message)
Hey guys...
 
Was the Atlantic Coast Line the line that went into Ocean City?

 
 
 
 
 


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Re: Newport News train watching 9-4-05 - By JasonU on 10/28/05 at 15:13:57 - 'CSX8324_shove1.jpg' 172 KB


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Re: Newport News train watching 9-4-05 - By JasonU on 10/28/05 at 15:13:38 - 'CSX8324_Out.jpg' 217 KB
here's the 8324 working as yard job

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Re: Trip to the NPBL - By JasonU on 10/28/05 at 15:10:56 - 'CSX_8139_west_Berkley.jpg' 239 KB
and the CSX train that came in... That's all folks! Enjoy  

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Re: Trip to the NPBL - By JasonU on 10/28/05 at 15:10:00 - '1400_1442_Yard_Office.jpg' 243 KB
1400 & 1442 at the Yard Office

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Re: Trip to the NPBL - By JasonU on 10/28/05 at 15:09:21 - 'NPBL_1442_10-23-05.jpg' 232 KB
1442

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Re: Trip to the NPBL - By JasonU on 10/28/05 at 15:09:01 - 'NPBL_14001442_10-23-05.jpg' 206 KB
1400 bringing the 1442 back

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Re: Buckingham Branch RR on Wikipedia MAIN PAGE!! - By vaoverland on 09/20/05 at 12:56:01 - 'Charlottesville2-20-2005---1.jpg' 25 KB
The link to see some good photos is:
 
LINK URL
 
This is a really promising short-line on some diverse and historic trackage. they are excursion-friendly also, although CSX lease and insurance will probably limit a lot of the possible trackage; they do have some owned rails, and are a favorite of Virginia railfans.  
 


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Re: Newport News train watching 9-11-05 - By JasonU on 09/11/05 at 17:50:54 - 'P066_9-11-05.jpg' 189 KB
Saw P066 leave NN yard 15 minutes late today. NOTE: This unit has side swiped something
 


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Newport News train watching 9-4-05 - By JasonU on 09/04/05 at 18:10:14 - 'CSX_U704-29.jpg' 164 KB
saw U704-29, Loaded coal.  Got to test my new camera too  

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Re: Cumberland, Maryland - By Miketherailfan on 06/07/05 at 14:44:02 - 'CumberlandDay1photo23.jpg' 96 KB
CSX Light move during my Cumberland weekend trip (Memorial Day Weekend). Taken on May 28th at the Amtrak station.

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Re: Washington DC metro area. - By BillK on 05/20/05 at 21:57:02 - 'trains.jpg' 129 KB
Taken near NS Van Dorn St Yard. Valcan Stone Company.

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Re: Virginia - By JasonU on 04/30/05 at 19:25:17 - 'NPBL_1435.jpg' 109 KB
here's a pic of the NPBL in Norfolk, VA.

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Re: Cumberland, Maryland - By Charlie_O on 04/30/05 at 17:31:28 - 'Cumberland_yard_pan.jpg' 114 KB


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Re: Cumberland, Maryland - By Charlie_O on 04/30/05 at 17:28:09 - 'CSX-NS_Cumberland.jpg' 48 KB
A few Cumberland photos from awhile back...


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US Navy Railroad, Charles County, MD - By Aa3rt on 04/10/05 at 20:41:49 - 'USNavyRR.jpg' 81 KB
The US Navy owns a currently dormant railroad that runs from the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) in Indian Head, MD to a connection with CSX 13 miles away in White Plains.  
 
Originally the Naval Propellant Plant, the NSWC was an "orphan" railroad, operated by overhead electric (trolley) wire from the late 1800's until 1917 when WWI necessitated a connection with the (then) Pennsylvania Railroad in White Plains on the Popes Creek Subdivision, originally the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad.
(A photo of a 4-wheel trolley locomotive, lettered "Naval Propellant Plant" can be found in Frederick Westing's "Locomotives That Baldwin Built".)  
 
I moved to Charles County in 1979. In the last 26 years, this line has been rarely utilized and is currently threatened with abandonment and conversion to a hiking/biking trail.    
 
The line did serve as the home to the short-lived "Indian Head Central" excursion line.  
 
Here's a photo of a US Army SW unit, obtained from the Aberdeen (MD) Proving Gounds that was delivered to the US Navy. The Army unit is being towed to the shops on the Indian Head base on June 2nd, 2003. The photo was taken from Bumpy Oak Road in Pomonkey, MD.
 
To the best of my knowledge, this was the last movement over the line.

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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:31:46 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-8.gif' 418 KB
Last one... This is their track tamper that they have.

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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:28:22 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-7.gif' 364 KB
A trolley car's shell from the fire. Note it is foreign since it is a single truck.I think that if anything it is one of their cars from Vienna, Austria.

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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:26:34 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-6.gif' 367 KB
The burnt down car barn.

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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:25:43 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-4.gif' 272 KB
Another shot of 1069.

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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:24:17 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-3.gif' 335 KB
Their newest Trolley car,1069. He said they got it about 2 months ago.

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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:22:35 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-1.gif' 250 KB


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Re: National Captital Trolley Muesum - By Strasburg89 on 02/20/05 at 18:21:17 - 'Trolley--O-guage-pics-2.gif' 273 KB
Okay,
 
 I finally got around to resizing them. First off, the PCC 1101 in the Car Barn....
 
 These Are my first pics in Digital!!

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Re: Delaware - By Charlie_O on 02/10/05 at 10:28:15 - 'QARR_3.jpg' 137 KB
Nice shot Chessiemike!
 
* * *
 
A few years ago scenic Queen Anne RR in Lewes DE used to have an old (ex-Wawa & Concordeville, nee- U.S. Navy) Vulcan 0-6-0 switcher.  It's since been moved to Bethany for static display.
 
Here she sits "in storage" after the Queen Anne failed to open for the season.
-Charlie

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Re: Delaware - By CHESSIEMIKE on 02/09/05 at 22:47:13 - 'WW_98_in_the_trees_P.jpg' 74 KB
on Feb 9th, 2005, 4:49pm, Teen_NS_fan wrote:       (Click here for original message)
   There is the Wilmington & Western....
Yes, there is the W&W.
CHESSIEMIKE


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Cumberland, Maryland - By dougal on 02/09/05 at 13:30:51 - 'CSXT5899_Cumberland1L.jpg' 81 KB
Here's a CSX freight with a B36-7, GCFX SD40-2, and C40-8 back in 2002 at the Amtrak station. Note the GP40-2 to the left of the freight, under the overpass.

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Re: Delaware - By Charlie_O on 02/09/05 at 00:56:28 - 'NS_CR_Delaware.jpg' 36 KB
I'm very interested to see what gets posted here, since I've found it surprisingly difficult to fan the The First State.  I remember spending the better part of an afternoon in Georgetown without seeing any RR equipment at all, and this is an interchange point!  And after many camping vacations in Cape Henlopen, I've yet to see the Delaware Coast Line make its runs out to SPI Pharma.
 
So post away, fellas... and don't be shy with those photos!
-Charlie

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Re: Maryland - By Teen_NS_fan on 02/05/05 at 22:22:46 - 'IMGP0245.jpg' 106 KB
 That'll be nice Ben, I've never been to that museum and I can't wait to see their collection.
 
    This caboose is on display at the B&O Railroad Station Museum in Ellicott City.

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Re: Mid Alantic Shortlines! - By CHESSIEMIKE on 01/29/05 at 16:10:23 - 'Commonwealth_Railway_517_S9856.jpg' 106 KB
Here is a shot of Commonwealth Railway #517.  It's a CF7.
CHESSIEMIKE

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Re: Washington DC metro area. - By CHESSIEMIKE on 01/29/05 at 15:56:55 - 'DC_Tunnel_S10310.jpg' 142 KB
on Jan 19th, 2005, 7:07am, George_Harris wrote:       (Click here for original message)
This tunnel daylighs just south of South D Street, but I think you can forget taking pictures there.  I got run out of that area in the late 70's and I was in a parking lot.  I think the building there was some sort of spook house.  
 
George
Not only that, but it is a tight shot with limited light also.  Never have caught a train there.
CHESSIEMIKE


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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/21/05 at 23:21:07 - '026_23A.jpg' 28 KB
  This Baltimore and Annapolis switcher is resting dead , and coupled to an N&W boxcar at the Carolina Southern's shop in Chadbourn, NC.

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Re: CSX and NS in the Mid-Atlantic Area - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/17/05 at 17:43:59 - 'Pennsy_RR_Pics_2004_132.jpg' 42 KB
Heres an NS freight in front of VMOT in Roanoke, VA, sorry about the smallness of the image, I cropped it and if I make it any bigger it's blurry.

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By BC_and_A_railway on 01/10/05 at 15:53:11 - 'DSCF0067.jpg' 328 KB
I figured that they would had a better connection to DE etc. prior to then.I also read you can get to other states from anywhere in MD in 45min or less!!  
If you want to learn about Eastren Shore Railroading you sshould try to find a copy of Rail Along the Chesapeake by John C Haymen.It's a good book full of info on the Eastren Shore and all it's trains of the past.Only one RR goes close to me the MD&DE RR ends in Cambridge,MD.As far as I know it's the only one still operating.It starts in Seaford,DE for the interchange then serves from Federalsburg to Cambridge if antones intersted thier sites LINK URL .
It's a really cool shortline.
 
Heres a pic of 1203(RS3m)I took in Hurlock,MD recently.The unit along with CF7 2628 are stationed in Federalsburg,MD(I think its 15-20min away from me)It's a real treat to see!

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Re: CSX and NS in the Mid-Atlantic Area - By BC_and_A_railway on 01/06/05 at 18:47:39 - 'DSCF0011-2.jpg' 313 KB
Yep CSX and NS basiclly "rule" the mid-alantic before that Conrail had a pretty good bit too.Heres a pic from Jessup all of my pics of engines are on film and undevolped now(Note to self devolpe Jessep pic drom sept.)Well any way heres one of a hard to find CSX cabeese.Next time I go I hope its still there sitting on the same siding by the yard offiices.And the really cool flatcar without trucks one truck sitting on the pavement by it with a ancient bad order sticker.
 
Also nice pics Cy
 
BC&A RR

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Re: CSX and NS in the Mid-Atlantic Area - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/06/05 at 18:47:15 - 'Pennsy_RR_Pics_2004_138.jpg' 75 KB
NS manifest freight at Roanoke, VA, lead by a Conrail C40-8W, followed by a GP38AC, then a Dash 9.

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Re: CSX and NS in the Mid-Atlantic Area - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/06/05 at 18:45:15 - 'Pennsy_RR_Pics_2004_113.jpg' 133 KB
CSX SD50 No. 8527 sitting in downtown Cumberland.

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Re: CSX and NS in the Mid-Atlantic Area - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/06/05 at 18:43:02 - 'Pennsy_RR_Pics_2004_115.jpg' 115 KB
AC4400CW No. 554 and mate wait for clearance to the yard in Cumberland, Md.

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 21:13:20 - 'IMGP0234.jpg' 102 KB
The B&O tunnel clearance car, and a B&O bay window caboose.  

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 21:12:00 - 'IMGP0224.jpg' 107 KB
  I'm not sure. The Carolina Southern Ry. here in NC has a dead SW9 that they aqquired from the B&A, and that locomotive and this 70 tonner are the only locomotives or anything I've seen of the Baltimore and Annapolis.
 
    Heres another pic.  
 
    B&O GP7

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Re: Rail pictures - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 21:08:15 - 'Pennsy_RR_Pics_2004_124.jpg' 103 KB
'nother at Frostburg.

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Re: Rail pictures - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 21:07:19 - 'Pennsy_RR_Pics_2004_125.jpg' 100 KB
Hey BC&A and Ben, those are really good pictures!
 
   Heres an experimental shot I took of WMSRR 734 at Frostburg.

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Re: Rail pictures - By BC_and_A_railway on 01/05/05 at 21:04:06 - 'DSCF0058.jpg' 326 KB
Okay heres my most recent tacken in Hurlock,MD MD&DE 1203 neer the Purdue interchange.

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Re: Rail pictures - By Strasburg 1223 on 01/05/05 at 20:59:26 - 'trolly2.jpg' 40 KB
German trolly car. No.? Might have been burned in the fire....not sure.....

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Rail pictures - By Strasburg 1223 on 01/05/05 at 20:56:48 - 'trolly1.jpg' 45 KB
Here you can post pics of trains around the Mid-atlantic states.
 
 
 P.C.C. Car 1101 at the National Capatol Trolly Musuem in Wheaton, Maryland.

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 20:46:07 - 'IMGP0228.jpg' 106 KB
 B&O P-7 4-6-2 No. 5300  PRESIDENT WASHINGTON.

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 20:44:19 - 'IMGP0219.jpg' 104 KB
Baltimore and Annapolis RR GE 70 tonner beside Reading T1 No. 2101.

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 20:43:17 - 'IMGP0236.jpg' 104 KB
WM caboose beside the car shop.

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Re: Baltimore,MD - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 20:42:22 - 'IMGP0233.jpg' 105 KB
 Just took a trip to the B&O Museum, as I think you know BC&A.    I'll post a few pics, hope you dont mind if some are reposts from the Tourist RR's board.
 
      Here's SW1200 No. 1200, with the museum train consisting of two MARC coaches and an observation car.

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Baltimore,MD - By BC_and_A_railway on 01/05/05 at 19:18:35 - 'DSCF0011.jpg' 313 KB
I normally go to Baltimore or places neer it to go Railfanning so I thought I'd start a Thread on it.I'm luckly because I can go to differnt  yards when I with my Dad because thats where he Worked alot of differnt Yards in the Baltimore area so any one else go there?
 
 
Also heres a pic from Jessup,MD (kinda close to Baltimore,MD) of a CSX caboose I took there.

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Washington DC metro area. - By Teen_NS_fan on 01/05/05 at 18:53:58 - 'IMGP0212.jpg' 105 KB
Wanted to kick off a thread on railroading around Washington DC, including Arlington and Alexandria,VA. To start us off, here's a shot of the lead tracks to Union Station in Washington, taken a few days ago on a trip to the area.  
 
     In the foreground you see some coaches, including what looks like a metra double-decker. In the far distance you see a Washington Metro subway train approaching the station.


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