Dinky-doo. C&O #8016 on the South Branch. This picture is not that far from reality. Have a look here.
C&O #490: One of my all time favorite engines - 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 t... (more)
C&O 5744 rests in the bitter cold at the Bison Yard engine terminal. The temperature was at 24 below zero on this morning.
The C&O's eastbound local arrives at Doswell.
The classy cab interior of an EMD GP7.
A C&O brakeman observes the sights from the platform as he lights his pipe on this unusually cold summer night. Lighting provided by the C&O Historical Society.
A conductor watches over the shove as an oncoming light engine approaches. Lighting provided by the C&O Historical Society.
A classy C&O GP7 sits on display in the C&OHS Smith's Creek Yard under clear skies. In the background, progress can be seen on the newest addition to the grounds, a replica C&O depot.
"100 years of railroading" was the theme for WV Rails 2010, which drew quite a bit of attention to the otherwise quiet town of Petersburg.
An empty hopper train has just arrived at Salamanca from Buffalo with a C&O GP-40 in the lead.
Proceeding west after meeting eastbound coal drag
"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.