C&O's Eastbound George Washington just east of Clifton Forge along the Jackson River in May 1961.
Sleeping Giant. After years of service for the C&O and numerous fan trips, 2716 now sits cold at the Kentucky Railway Museum. At least she rest under a shed now, hopefully slowing the ravages of t... (more)
Taken out of State Line Tower in the Hey Days of such a great railroad junction. Which has no resemblance of what this great location represents today. The odds of replacating this photo are long... (more)
BORE (B&O Rock East) with 250 cars rolls up to the 191st St. crossing. Trains this size on the New Rock Sub were normal during this period as were the GP15T's.
After many years of service in the coalfields, this Berkey, uh-hum, Kanawha rests in a state park near the Peach Creek Yard. A good friend who is an NS engineer told me that his Granddad, C&O Eng.... (more)
This massive steam locomotive sits on display at the Chief Logan State Park in Logan, WV.
After having a second rebirth, C&O 2716 leads a westbound excursion on the TP&W just west of Logansport. The 2716 now resides at the Kentucky Railway Museum.
C&O 2765 (a.k.a. NKP 765) arrives at Paris Ky. with an
C&O 614 charges through the New River Gorge during a March snow storm in 1985.
This Pax coal job is loaded and is headed for a washing plant. Eventualy this coal will reach Thurmond where mainline Coal jobs will foreward loaded hoppers it to power plants in the east. This se... (more)