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Photo ID: 610543

Ten months after the devastating flood that brought destruction to the Roanoke Transportation Museum, C&O H-8 Allegheny, 1604 is sitting at the Roanoke East End Shops where she has been cleaned up... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Roanoke, Virginia, USA
Locomotive #: C&O 1604
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September, 1986


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By: Steve Hutchison

Added: Mar 20, 2017

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Photo ID: 610507

Devastating flood waters in November of 1985, brought destruction to the Roanoke Transportation Museum, then located in Wasena Park. The force of the water pushed C&O H-8 Allegheny, 1604 under the... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Roanoke, Virginia, USA
Locomotive #: C&O 1604
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November, 1985


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By: Steve Hutchison

Added: Mar 19, 2017

Views: 6,185
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Photo ID: 610506

Devastating flood waters in November of 1985, brought destruction to the Roanoke Transportation Museum, then located in Wasena Park. The force of the water pushed C&O H-8 Allegheny, 1604 under the... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Roanoke, Virginia, USA
Locomotive #: C&O 1604
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November, 1985


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By: Steve Hutchison

Added: Mar 19, 2017

Views: 10,163
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Photo ID: 589853

The massive backhead of C&O "Allegheny" 1604 on display at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: 1604
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: June 04, 2016


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By: Jeff Lisowski

Added: Sep 20, 2016

Views: 1,968
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Photo ID: 569545

C&O "Allegheny type" No. 1604

C&O #1604 was built by Lima Locomotive Works in December of 1941. The railroad worked with Lima on the project in an effort to tackle its tough Allegheny M... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1604
Train ID: John Handcock
Photo Date: February 28, 2016


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By: Mitch Goldman

Added: Mar 15, 2016

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Photo ID: 535770

An ancient replica of an even more ancient DeWitt Clinton sits to the left of a very real Lima Allegheny at the Henry Ford Musuem in Dearborn.

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1601
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: June 11, 2015


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Jun 22, 2015

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Photo ID: 475748

Not too far from Peach Creek, C&O had a string of 2-6-6-6s condemned to scrap in the yard at Hinton, W. Va., such as 1624 on Aug. 5, 1956. I was too late to see and hear the brutes in action.

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Hinton, West Virginia, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1624
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 05, 1956


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By: Steve Patterson

Added: Mar 29, 2014

Views: 11,652
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Photo ID: 445228

The evolution of the steam locomotive is prominently displayed at The Henry Ford. One hundred ten years of locomotive technology separate the DeWitt Clinton of 1831 (represented with this 1893-b... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1601
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July, 2013


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By: Jeff Terry

Added: Jul 29, 2013

Views: 2,943
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Photo ID: 440283

Inside the cab of the monster: C&O 1604. The engineer that cracked the throttle of this locomotive started in motion twelve 67-inch drive wheels that delivered over 7,300 horsepower to the rails.... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1604
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 23, 2013


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By: Jeff Terry

Added: Jun 17, 2013

Views: 6,274
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Photo ID: 426068

A replica of the DeWitt Clinton offers a stark contrast to one of the largest steam locomotives ever built, the C&O Allegheny.

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1601
Train ID: N/A
Photo Date: February 17, 2013


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By: Stephen Wilder

Added: Feb 22, 2013

Views: 2,077
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Photo ID: 381875

Chesapeake & Ohio 2-6-6-6 No 1629 was built by the Lima Locomotive Company in 1944, one of 25 Alleghenies in the third order of these locomotives. These H-8 Class single-expansion articulateds had... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: 1629
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August, 1956


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By: Juice Junkie

Added: Nov 22, 2011

Views: 11,652
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Photo ID: 381768

Chesapeake & Ohio 2-6-6-6 No 1629 was built by the Lima Locomotive Company in 1944, one of 25 Alleghenies in the third order of these locomotives. These H-8 Class single-expansion articulateds had... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: 1629
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August, 1956


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By: Juice Junkie

Added: Nov 21, 2011

Views: 11,744
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Photo ID: 349981

Sitting in the engineers seat of C&O 1601 shows a steam pressure gauge that has not moved in nearly 45 years.

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Locomotive #: C&O 1601
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: December 28, 2010


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By: Aaron F.

Added: Dec 30, 2010

Views: 3,553
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Photo ID: 310372

You are looking at the world's most powerful articulated steam locomotive, C&O H-8 2-6-6-6 Allegheny 1601. It and it's brethren were rated for 7,498 horsepower at 46 MPH. Interesting how single un... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1601
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 22, 2009


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By: Dennis A. Livesey-liveseyimages.com

Added: Jan 11, 2010

Views: 11,156
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Photo ID: 310349

C&O 1601's cab is immaculate at the Ford Museum. Here is a fun fact, if you pull the throttle, you get steam sound effects. Cool! To keep people from tripping on the grate shakers the museum has... (more)

Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-6
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Locomotive #: CO 1601
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 22, 2009


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By: Dennis A. Livesey-liveseyimages.com

Added: Jan 11, 2010

Views: 8,001
Comments: 1

Favorited: 23
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