"C&O for Progess" How's this for progress? Built by ALCO in 1926 as a Pacific, the C&O rebuilt this engine as a streamlined Hudson in 1946 for "Chessie" service, the C&O’s hope for th... (more)
NKP 765 is dressed as C&O 2765 on an excursion to Pittsburg, PA. The train is coming down the "ramp" between the CSX P&W line and the ex P&LE main.
Ultra wide view of the cab of C&O 1308, a 2-6-6-2 owned by the Collis P. Huntington Railroad Society.
C&O 1308, a Baldwin 2-6-6-2 sits on display in the Collis P. Huntington Railroad Museum under evening skies. Special thanks go to the members of Collis P. Huntington for allowing us to get this im... (more)
C&O 1308, the second to last steam engine built by the Baldwin Locomotive works basks in the evening light. The locomotive, which was built in 1949 is in immaculate condition and almost saw a seco... (more)
NKP 765 is dressed as C&O 2765 on an excursion to Pittsburg, PA. The train is crossing the diamond at OA and is about to stop at the CSX New Castle yard.
C&O GP7 #5869 in Newport News, VA - August 1973
Looking east along the former C&O Paint Creek Branch towards Kingston, WV. This bridge now serves as a driveway for local residents.
Semaphores at sunset.
Standing inside the west portal of the soot - stained Blue Ridge Tunnel nestled deep in the woods of Afton Mountain, this cold creepy feeling comes over you. Blue Ridge tunnel was one of Claudius ... (more)
C&O No.614 does a screaming run-by in Port Jervis, NY with Ross Rowland at the throttle. Those were great trips. May 614 do so again!
C&O GP9 6136 trails WM GP9 5989, formerly B&O 5989, across the GM&O diamond in Springfield. The units were headed to the west side of Springfield for a little switching.