Unlucky 13: Stacks capped, three B&O GP7's and ten first generation EMD switchers wait to be picked up in Bethlehem, PA. Their presence here indicates that they are more than likely en route to Na... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio EMD F7, July 1963.
This unit would soon be repainted in the "sunburst" mostly blue scheme.
One of the Cumberland yard engines pauses between assignments.
Baltimore & Ohio no. 6708 at Camden Station in Baltimore, Maryland, on August 15, 1964. The H-16-44 class road switcher was built in 1957 by the Fairbanks-Morse Company. During 1989 construction b... (more)
Miles away from civilization in the Trough of the South Branch of the Potomac River, B&O painted F7(A) No. 722 is illuminated by moonlight as it poses alongside the South Branch of the Ptomac Rive... (more)
A classic example of a standard gondola's capacity. Seen here with a unique load as it is being shoved and set out on a siding.
A westbound B&O manifest struggles around Turkey Foot curve and past the CPLs on October 21, 1979. Back then, it always fascinated me just how much tonnage B&O could tie on to two worn out Geeps.... (more)
Baldwin EM-1 Yellowstone 2-8-8-4 in Painesville, OH. My dad took this picture on the B&0 Fairport Harbor to Warren branch near the NKP crossing.
This line has was abandoned in the early 1980s ... (more)
Going to GW and living in Georgetown, I had witnessed the B&O Georgetown local from the inside of a Metro Bus on K Street at night. But this was the only time I saw it in daylight. Here it is pass... (more)
The South Branch Valley's Chessie-painted GP9, no. 6240, leads a short Petersburg Turn northward along the railroad's namesake river shortly after departing Petersburg, West Virginia. The water le... (more)
This critter caught my eye on the drive home, standing tall amidst CSX diesels. It turned out to be "standing" on a flat, perhaps destined for a rail museum...
B&O E7A, E6B, E7A units arrive at the Jersey Central Elizabeth station with train no. 2, NATIONAL LIMITED, from St. Louis.
Baltimore and Ohio E8 A-A units are westbound at Elizabeth late in the day with train 3, THE DIPLOMAT, for St. Louis.
Without the mail contract, the metropolitan became a skinny train with lots of horsepower. The E unit provides steam heat. Click He... (more)