B&O's "William Mason" wears its movie livery, "Wanderer" for its starring role in "The Wild, Wild West."
GP7 5605 waits for assignment during "All Aboard Days" at the B&O Museum.
Roadrailer test train
The 3684 was B&O's first GP-40.
Restored B&O 6607 pulls a B&O Museum excursion train.
B&O power waiting for assingment at the engine terminal at Brooklyn Junciton on the B&O Ohio River mainline.
A broken rail on the P&LE forced the Chessie System to re-route this westbound Chicago Jet over the P&W subdivision.
Two westbound B&O manifest trains at Renick Junction in December of 1983, before the St. Louis mainline was removed.
Power for an eastbound coal drag is passing through an unusually empty Avis yard in October of 1981.
A westbound train passing Prince, WV, on the C&O in October, 1980. The classic C&O wooden tower is the abandoned NI Cabin which will remain for only a short time until the CSX cleanup campaign a f... (more)
A westbound B&O train crossing the Conrail Ft. Wayne mainline at NS Tower in Lima, Ohio, in Septermber, 1983.
Grafton, West Virginia, engine servicing tracks in the days before the downgrading of the B&O mainline.
The first streamlined diesel in the U.S. was B&O 51.
Getting ready for the day's runs at the B&O Railroad Museum.
Teamed up with a calf unit, an ex-C&O NW2 built in 1949 flat switches East Cumberland. One can see the Cumbland Gap in the background (and an SD7 in the foreground!)