B&O 3763 leads a east bound up the west slope of Sand Patch grade at Keystone, PA. 1/28/1984
Two Guilford era GP40s are traveling east on 'hot shot' train AD-2 from Hoosick Junction, seen here flying through Williamstown, Mass.
Chessie, B&O #3779, is pulling into the yard at Connellsville, PA. 10/14/1987
A pair of GP-40's in faded Guilford paint cross the Kennebec River on there crawl to Northern Maine Jct.
B&O Chessie 4108, is ready to leave the yard at Connellsville and head down the Sheepskin with the Skinner, S. Connellsville, PA. 1/27/1982
Heading toward Cincinnati having just crossed over Linden Avenue road. From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
DRGW eastbound Salt Lake City to Denver "Railblazer" approaching Denver at Leyden siding after an overnight run from SLC
B&M 334 creeps its train thru the small practically abandoned yard in Burnham Maine where the 33 mile Belfast and Moosehead Lake interchanged with the MEC.
After a very quick interchange with the Georgia Central, a pair of HOG GP40's get moving with the train from Savannah on its way to the inland port in Cordele,GA.
A B&O GP40/GP40-2 combo depart Century with a train of coal bound for Grafton and points beyond.