The southbound Orange Blossom Special travels within sight of the Philadelphia Art Museum after exiting the tunnel that passes under the Oval in front of the iconic art museum steps. The t... (more)
A trio of B&O/C&O/B&O GP-40's have cut off their train and are entering the north end of the Stockyards engine facility in pre-Queensgate days. Shot from RH Tower.
A single SW900 is seen switching cars on the east end of Barr Yard near the repair track. Note the safety-themed billboard behind the locomotive which would be updated several times a year to ref... (more)
The short-lived Roadrailer is passing KC Junction. To the left are the remaining tracks of the C&O yard.
Loads East, Empties West
Hinton, West Virginia was a busy division point on the Chesapeake & Ohio. Although there was other traffic, the predominant commodity carried on the C&O wa... (more)
Power laying over B&O engine terminal Lima, OH
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America’s first streamlined passenger diesel, Baltimore & Ohio’s 1937 EMC EA 51, has been in the B&O museum for twenty-seven years in this 1981 view. Beyond the 51 is ... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio “wagontop” caboose C-2478 was one of a hundred built by B&O’s Keyser, West Virginia shops in 1941. After a thirty-nine year career, it was retired, and received a full restoration... (more)
At CS Cabin along the C&O in the New River Gorge. CS Cabin is located between Claremont and Thurmond, West Virginia. A Roger Puta Photograph
The Baltimore & Ohio kept company-service tank cars at some of its engine facilities, presumably for fuel storage. Photos exist showing cars that appear to be of later vinta... (more)
In 1993 you never knew what you might still find wandering around.... This GP38 was still in its original paint when seen at Cumberland, Maryland .
A string of Baltimore & Ohio I-18-class cabooses sits in Hagerstown, Maryland, on August 31st, 1975. Painted in Chessie System colors, the cabooses are C-3040, C-3004 and C-3036. These cars were... (more)
On lease from the B&O working the Soo Line Local.