Passing eastbound WM coal train on Williamsport Hill
Heading for Cumberland using WM tracks from Hagerstown
B&O used WM trackage to reach Hagerstown Yard
B&O GP40-2 4202 in Chessie colors and C&O GP9 6052 in the old paint scheme rumble over Ash street crossing
B&O GP40-2 in Chessie colors with a transfer running over Forest Hill crossing
Eastbound Wilmington Trailer Train passing the still-manned NA Tower
The massive B&O Passenger Station in Wheeling stands tall in downtown Wheeling. An important station in it's time, it now serves as the main campus for the West Virginia Northern Community College... (more)
A pair of GPs rest at Cincinnati, OH in this August 1973 view.
B&O CPL's in the weeds.. On the former B&O St. Louis mainline, a pair of B&O CPL's remain, east of downtown Parkersburg. These relics, increasingly rare on class one subdivisions are being reclaim... (more)
Moved to its current home along side of the NCIR from the east end of the New Castle yard in 1999, UN Tower was refurbished by the Beaver-Lawrence Railway Historical Society.
Freshly painted B&O plow X29 glistens in the late day sun at Salamanca, NY.
No less than 7 B&O Baldwin locomotives are in this photo at Salamanca, NY. 6 of them are shark nose A and B units. Wish I had taken roster shots of all of them.
The B&O lives on... in Wilmington, DE! Restored to all it's glory, this former B&O Water Street depot was built by famed architect, Frank Furness in 1887 for the B&O Railroad. It... (more)
B&O Shark Nose 4203 is between assignments at Salamanca, NY in the summer of 1961.