C&O Train No. 1, the Washington section of the "George Washington," is arriving at Charlottesville, VA on May 24, 1970. Train No. 41 has already arrived from Newport News and Richmond. Shortly, ... (more)
C&O Train No. 41, the Newport News section of the "George Washington," has arrived at Charlottesville, VA on May 24, 1970. Shortly, No. 41 will be combined with No. 1, the Washington section, for... (more)
Chesapeake and Ohio 2755 sits on display at Chief Logan State Park.
After earning her keep in the coalfields for many years, this Kanawha now rests in the Chief Logan State Park of Logan, WV.
View of the cab of the C&O 1308 2-6-6-2 Mallet.
This C&O coal train was a daily run serving a New River Coal mine near Pax. On the right is a mostly unused new River Co. storage facility. On the left a work train serves a crew rebuilding the tr... (more)
Ross Rowland puts on quite a show as he brings 614 out of Hoboken with a long train of fans. I believe that this was the first time steam has run out of here since the days of the steam powered Ph... (more)
C&O U23B 2313 and GP40-2 4171 lead a westbound at Martinsburg, WV // June 1974
C&O GP9 #6022 working a local at Lynchburg, VA in May of 1972.
C&O 5828, an EMD GP7 sits on display at the C&O Heritage Center while westbound empties arrived from the east.
The Louisville section of C&O’s George Washington (eastbound, train 22) is departing L&N’s Union Station in June 1965. C&O’s trains serving the Derby City called at the riverfront Central Station ... (more)
Engineer Matt Crouch waits for the signal before proceeding west.
Under a full moon, C&O 1308 and two employees pose for a photo. Lighting provided by the MSRLHA and Walter Scriptunas II.
The fireman makes some adjustments on a troublesome air pump during a late night in Huntington, WV.