Chesapeake & Ohio C30-7’s meet at Charlottesville, Virginia, as a local crew gives a roll-by to a train of westbound empties. Seeing two GE’s together was a treat on the C&O but the units did not ... (more)
A pair of Chessie System Geeps bring a freight east along the B&OCT in Hammond. Tom Golden photo.
The beautifully restored C&O B30-7 waits at GE Transportation for delivery to the Lakeshore Railway Museum, shining in the summer sun. Locomotives:C&O 8272 B30-7
C&O 6015 is seen crossing Broad Street in Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of Chessie System EMDs lead the Dow Chemical "bomb train" west across the diamonds at Calumet Park Interlocking.
Tom Golden photo.
A glossy Chesapeake & Ohio caboose No. 3300 rests at the Tennessee Central Railway Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 9, 2014.
A trio of Chessie System Geeps leads a westbound intermodal train along the B&OCT. Tom Golden photo.
Snow was covering the ground when Chesapeake and Ohio 4-6-4 number 305 was positioned for the photographer. This Baldwin Locomotive Works builders photo card is from the J. R. Doughty collection.
Having begun the return journey to Baltimore at Martinsburg, West Virginia, the eastbound Chessie Safety Express makes a station stop at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Some passengers rode t... (more)
The westbound Chessie Safety Express crosses the Potomac River as it slows for a station stop at Harpers ferry, West Virginia. Passengers were given the option of riding to Martinsburg or s... (more)
The Chessie Safety Express rolls west through Bartholows, Maryland. In about ten miles, the train will meet the Metropolitan Subdivision at Point of Rocks. Former B&O observation-buffet-lou... (more)
The Chessie Safety Express works its way west through Morgan, Maryland on the Baltimore & Ohio’s Old Main Line.
The calm solitude along the south branch of the Patapsco River is interrupted as a 4-8-4 storms west on the Baltimore & Ohio’s Old Main Line near Sykesville, Maryland. The train is a Chessie Sa... (more)
The Chessie Safety Express is on the first leg of its Baltimore – Harpers Ferry/Martinsburg trip at Lansdowne, Maryland. In about two miles, C&O 614 will be within sight of the Thomas Viadu... (more)