Awaiting their train at the IC's Markham Yard.
A B&O freight on the South Branch - found this image while rummaging through some old pics. I believe the date as listed is correct.
In the early 1970's several railroads had begun to concentrate their unique fleets built by the smaller builders. The B&O had many FM's assigned to the Baltimore area including these roadswitcher... (more)
The B&O Memnon: Built by the New Castle Manufacturing Company on a sub-contract from the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1848, B&O #57 entered service in July, 1848 and ran until 1892. This v... (more)
The B&O Atlantic: Now sold on steam, the B&O purchased this actual locomotive from a clock maker, Phineas Davis in 1832. The railroad was so happy with the performance of the engine, it b... (more)
The B&O Tom Thumb: Designed in 1830, this engine successfully won the B&O Railroad over to steam. Prior to that, the railroad's horsepower was just that... horse powered. The original is ... (more)
Typical transfer power for the 70's