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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)
A 1981 visit to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore yielded this group of locomotives, representing four distinct types of mid-century mainline motive power mau... (more)
Bayview local HB48, with export military equipment in tow, pauses at the gate to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal, awaiting port personnel to let them in.
Commercial power problems resulted in trains needing diesel power to get to their destinations. This Dash 8 is leading an AEM-7 into Baltimore.
Curtis Bay Yard based Y134 winds it's way through an industrial jungle, as it takes K676 down the Seawall Branch, for unloading at the Kinder Morgan terminal.
Q388-30 sits tied down on track 3 at Hollins Ferry Rd in the Baltimore Terminal. In the distance L249-02 with a single unit and 15 empties out of Curtis Bay crosses overhead on the Curtis Bay Bran... (more)
One word: Sleek.
A rare occurrence of making the station stop from the middle track mean it is not business as usual.
Is THAT our train? Nope. Some passengers waiting for a train get a rare surprise with MARC 68 heading back to Odenton MW Base after performing protect duties.
Only a face the Chessie could love. Hopefully, this is one of the next pieces to get a cosmetic restoration.
B&O Mount Clare Shops Class of 1875. This 2-6-0 was heavily damaged in the roof collapse in 2003. Restoration was completed in 2015.
As another day of first responder training awaits, the NS safety train basks in the sweet morning light at Bayview Yard in Baltimore. Photo taken with permission from Norfolk Southern.