A pair of Baltimore & Ohio EMD’s moves an eastbound freight out of the Cumberland, Maryland yard. Mexico tower can be seen in the distance.
A Baltimore & Ohio commuter train made up of what B&O called Speedliners.
With a mix of Maryland DOT and Baltimore and Ohio RDC cars, train 39 from Washington DC travels through Forest Glen MD on a beautiful spring day. I think the second car came from the Roger William... (more)
"Baltimore & Ohio 800" emerges from the south portal of Howard Tunnel on the ex-Pennsylvania Railroad Northern Central Branch with a mantrap sponsored by the Chesapeake Division of the Railroad En... (more)
You'll be waiting a long time for this train... the abandoned Gary Union Station is left wide open and pretty much gutted, yet some enterprising soul left a chair in the waiting area.
Amtrak’s westbound Cardinal approaches its station stop in Hinton, West Virginia. Passenger trains on the C&O main are having their troubles today, as is evidenced by the B&O GP40-2 helping an app... (more)
There’s no lack of signage to identify this location, CW Cabin, at milepost 359 on the Chesapeake & Ohio main line near Hinton, West Virginia. The train is the New River Train, returning to Huntin... (more)
The Prince Brothers General Store closed its doors in 1984, ending 112 years of continuous operation. Here a CSX power move rolls past the store on October 11, 1986, the same year that it was plac... (more)
The early evidence of the CSX consolidation is visible in the motive power consist of this westbound hopper train rolling through Prince, West Virginia. The usual assortment of Chessie EMD’s is jo... (more)
C&O's Cincinnati to Detroit train the "Cincinnatian" powered today by B&O's E8(A) No.1439.
A Roger Puta Photograph
B&O 1927 built "York" Replica Captured here while at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry
This locomotive is a replica of the 1831 "York," built in 1927 at B&O's own Mt. Cla... (more)
B&O No. 8 "John Hancock"
The "John Hancock" was built in April of 1836 by Ross Winans and George Gillingham at the Mt. Clare shops. This was one of a series of enhance... (more)
B&O's Mt. Clare Shop's 1927 "Lafayette" No. 13 Replica
The original "Lafayette" steam engine was built in 1837 by Norris Locomotive Works in Philadelphia but long ago ... (more)
The B&O Mt. Clare Roundhouse
An interior photograph of the B&O Railroad Museum's roundhouse featuring the newly acquired "more)