C&O 614 pulling the Chessie Safety Express across the Hawks Nest Bridge deep in the New River Gorge of West Virginia in October of 1981.
A view of the double yard leads with the old manual scales at the coal yard at Clifton Forge. These scales were replaced by automatic scales on the mainline east of Hinton.
The coal fired, steam powered, car ferry Chief Wawatam is being loaded by Soo Line GP-30 708 at the St. Ignace dock in June of 1979.
Grafton, West Virginia, engine servicing tracks in the days before the downgrading of the B&O mainline.
A Burnlington Northern F9A&B set is taking a spin on the turntable. During this period there were still a lot of engines that hadn't been converted to BN green yet.
A mix of the old and the new at the Burlington Northern Belknap Street roundhouse.
Power for a westbound mine run is proceeding to the west end of Handley Yard on #20 Track on a hot and hazy August afternoon.
The only active power on the Illinois Division after the Rock Island shutdown. The 940 is used for making up trains of sold cars and the geeps are used to deliver them.
A 1960s mix of power - F3A&B, F9B, and a pair of GP20s are heading into the yard to take a train out of Superior, Wisconsin, in August of 1976.
P&LE power in the tracks next to the shops at McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania
The number two mainline is getting a cleaning past some of the roller coasters at HersheyPark.
Reading 2101, just off its gig as the American Freedom Train, is dressed up in Chessie colors to celebrate the 150th birthday of the B&O as the Chessie Steam Special.
Half of all of the SW8s on the Rock Island roster are shown here being made ready to be sold.
N&W 1131 and slug 9910 are switching in the yard at Bluefied, West Virginia, in October of 1980.
A rare tour of the abandoned C&O locomotive shops at Clifton Forge was conducted by the C&O Historical Society. This turntable once spun the huge C&O Class H8 2-6-6-6 steam locomotives.