Welcome to the C&O Railroad Museum? Well, not quite, though part of the B&O Railroad Museum's collection contains CSX predecessors as seen here. From left to right, C&O 2-6-6-2 compound Mallet ... (more)
In early 1953, the Interstate Railroad was testing diesels to find the best replacements for its steam locomotives. Borrowed C&O RSD-5 has just returned from Miller Yard with a Hill Crew--bringing... (more)
A set of C&O E units taken from the Roosevelt Road overpass on Kodachrome II film with an old Kodak Rangefinder camera. I was 17 at this time :).
A young shop worker does some heavy work on the 614 as she as arrived for a heavy overhaul. Taken at the Virginia Museum of Transportation during a Lerro Productions charter.
Tom Golden photo.
C&O 614 with her fairly new coat of Hunter Green. They re-painted over the lime green highlights, thankfully.
This old gal will soon get a pretty new coat just in time for Spring. Repainting in progress at the C&O Railway Heritage Ctr.
Tom Golden photo. Three new GP15Ts haul BORW with multiple retired L&N and SCL Alcos and EMDS in tow.
Putting what little bit of a winter behind us and looking ahead to Spring, we look back from the February of this month, during the one and only significant snowfall of the 2011-2012 Winter season... (more)
C&O E8 4008 heads west with the Newport News section of the GEORGE WASHINGTON at Oyster Point Rd.. There was a business car on the rear.
The E8 has been cut off from the GEORGE WASHINGTON and backs through the vast coal yards for servicing.
The Newport News section of the GEORGE WASHINGTON hustles through the Morrison section of Newport News near the final destination.
A C&O GP9 heads eastbound through Newport News with a local freight sporting two cabooses.
This is the beginning of the end of the 1968-1979 steam excursion program on the Clinchfield. Flamboyant CRR GM Tom Moore--wanting a bigger steamer to pull his passenger train, rather than diminut... (more)