B&O unit Willard
Eastbound B&O train near Deshler
"BACK IN TIME"
There are few places throughout the country or even the globe where one steps up and marvels at the wonders of railroading whether it be Horseshoe Curve, Magno... (more)
"ROYAL BLUE LINE"
No. 445 was built by the Pullman Company for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western around 1890. During the Fair of the Iron Horse, the No. 445 was rebuilt to r... (more)
"MOUNT ROYAL STATION"
Tucked in a bowled out hollow in the northern outskirts of downtown Baltimore stands this stone monument and a reminder of the city's past in railroad h... (more)
This Baltimore and Ohio I 17a Caboose sits on display
at Oakland Maryland's lovely Baltimore and Ohio
Depot. Nicely restored, inside and out by A J Savopolos,
during 2013/2014, with help, he ... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio SW900 9407 spends the weekend with another EMD switcher at the Arlington enginehouse on Staten Island. Within a few years, declining freight business on the island would spell an ... (more)
Still in Washington, D.C. commuter service, B&O “torpedo boat” GP9 6603 gets its train ready for the afternoon rush hour on July 21, 1978.
Another view of B&O 6525 which is owned by the Great Walton/ Hartwell railroad. It sad to see a locomotive of this heritage in such bad condition. but it still is amazing to see the Chessie System... (more)
B&O 6525 sits in a Industrial area of Athens Georgia on a warm January day. It is surprising to see a locomotive of its age still in pretty decent condition.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Twilight is falling around the CPL signals inside the Cumberland Terminal known as West Hump. The signals are in their own twilight as their fellow brother and si... (more)
The Conductor of a B&O Budd Car awaits the highball at Washington Union Station.