Believe this to be a Class I-5 caboose
On the caboose track near the yard office on a very cold and overcast winter day thirty nine years ago.
I didn't venture into the southern part of Lower Michigan very often as I was much more interested in my hometown Soo Line and the CNW/MILW/LS&I ore operations closer to home, although I did get s... (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 3-unit set of FA2's wait alongside a set of Pennsy E2B's which were regularly seen at Pot Yard, summer 1961.
The famed B&O Magnolia Cut-Off was completed in 1914 to shave mileage and ease grades. Graham Tunnel--1,592 feet long--on the opposite side of the bridge is actually in Maryland. This train is wes... (more)
B&O power Lima
Head end brakeman Angie climbs back aboard RS-97 after flagging the crossing at North Street. The tilt board signal protects the diamonds with old NYC and Erie branch's, which were inactive by thi... (more)
Interior view of UN Tower, a few months before it closed. UN has since been moved and restored by the Beaver-Lawrence Railway Historical Society. Photos of the restored tower can be seen here: ... (more)
A couple of B&O classics set outside of the Western Scenic Railroad Museum.
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.
Mix of B&O power awaiting assignments.
Situated between two mainlines of the former Baltimore and Ohio RR stands the 1873 B&O Station at Point of Rocks, MD designed by E Francis Baldwin. The scene was captured in January 2013 and lit b... (more)
A light engine heads east to Fulton Yard.