A B&O GP9 leads a short freight out of the fog south of Romney, WV. This look back in time was recreated on a Chase Gunnoe photo charter on the South Branch Valley Railroad.
B&O 722 poses for a night photo session on the Chase Gunnoe Potomac Eagle photo charter.
White flags in place, B&O's best waits in the muted light of foggy sunshine as the train is readied for a passenger extra heading to Moorefield.
Dennis Fulton points out to me that this particul... (more)
Baltimore and Ohio F unit 722 pauses on a trestle south of Romney under the watchful eye of a trainman below. The photo charter organized by Chase Gunnoe Photography on the Potomic Eagle featured ... (more)
Another great Chase Gunnoe photo charter which included a two day trip over the Potomic Eagle and a night photo secession. Here Baltimore & Ohio F7A #722, originally Bessemer & Lake Erie 722 buil... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio EMD F7, July 1963.
This unit would soon be repainted in the "sunburst" mostly blue scheme.
One of the Cumberland yard engines pauses between assignments.
Baltimore & Ohio no. 6708 at Camden Station in Baltimore, Maryland, on August 15, 1964. The H-16-44 class road switcher was built in 1957 by the Fairbanks-Morse Company. During 1989 construction b... (more)
B&O Chessie GP40 #4331, leads 396 east bound at Connellsville, PA. 2/06/1987
B&O 3763 leads a east bound up the west slope of Sand Patch grade at Keystone, PA. 1/28/1984
A B&O GP40/GP40-2 combo depart Century with a train of coal bound for Grafton and points beyond.
614 simmers in Glenwood yard while a crew tends to her coaling and lubrication needs. In a few short hours, she will power the Chessie Safety Express to Meyersdale.
614 is barking as she pulls the Chessie Safety Express up the grade from B&O's Pittsburgh passenger station to join the freight line at Glenwood Junction.
A pair of B&O geeps are getting air up on a train of loaded coal hoppers at Century. After they pull the train clear of the switch, the Western Maryland GP-40 at the right will be tacked on as the... (more)
Another eastbound coal train rolls by the station at Tunnelton, WV with a C&O SD40 and two B&O SD35's for power.