C&O F7A 7051 and B&O F7A 4607 at Western Maryland yard, Hagerstown, Md., June 6, 1965.
It was a more innocent time… when a summertime swim in the Coal River might mean jumping off the railroad bridge at Sproul, and that’s what the photographer found when he visited there on June 24t... (more)
C&O E8 units 4026 and 4016 sit together with the Washington and Newport News sections of the GEORGE WASHINGTON which were combined here for the trip west.
Chesapeake & Ohio built its Huntington Locomotive Shops in 1872, and a century later, in May of 1975, the lineup of motive power getting class repairs there is a “picture” of second generation die... (more)
Rolling through the Peach Creek Yard near Logan, West Virginia, C&O GP38 4822 breaks a rail and hits the ballast. It’s June 27th, 1976, and the coalfields are being worked by mostly four-axle pow... (more)
Tied down at Romney, EMD F7(A), C&O No. 8016 awaits her next excursion on the Potomac Eagle, along the South Branch Valley Railroad from Petersburg to Green Spring.
After departing Romney at 11am and operating west to Moorefield, the afternoon dinner train returns east, through "The Trough" pulled by C&O F7(A), No. 8016. It's a dreary day in Northeastern West... (more)
C&O local power on a train from Hagerstown to Winchester seen here at Winchester, VA || April 1970
Stamping upgrade on sanded rail, Ross Rowland’s ex-C&O 4-8-4 #614 takes the Chessie Safety Express east through Cotton Hill, WV. The autumn leaves are down, the sun low in the sky, and they’re ha... (more)
Tom Golden photo.
C&O 614's crew is talking about the nights run before leaving. This scene was thanks to Pete Lerro Productions but one that happened many times in the 195-'s
Tom Golden photo.
Troop extra? Photo by Matthew Herson