After spending nearly 120 years masquerading as "B&O 117," which an early B&O Ten Wheeler, the B&O Museum has restored this 4-6-0 to its original 1863 appearance as B&O No. 147. From 1927 until 2... (more)
It's lettered "Greenbrier, Cheat, & Elk" on the tender tank, but the front number plate says "Cass Railroad." Shay No. 1 was painted red and green and wore "Cass, Greenbrier, Cheat, & Bald Knob S... (more)
Inside the cab of the monster: C&O 1604. The engineer that cracked the throttle of this locomotive started in motion twelve 67-inch drive wheels that delivered over 7,300 horsepower to the rails.... (more)
A break in the region's rainy and cloudy weather brought railfans to St. Denis and fortunately CSX was running westbounds this evening.
Q217 with an ex LMS leader is westbound at Bush St, on the Baltimore Terminal Subdivision, with the Baltimore skyline towering in the background.
In a busy East Baltimore scene, loaded coal train 650, arrives at the receiving yard at the CONSOL Marine Terminal. To the right in the background is Canton Railroad's Penn Mary Yard.
HB48 with autoracks for the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal overtakes CSX terminal shifter Y139, operating on trackage rights, over NS's President St Branch, en route to the CONSOL Marin... (more)
Detour empty ethanol train K455, with CN power, smokes it up, heading west at Bush St, on CSX's Baltimore Terminal Subdivision.
B&O Camel 305 on display at the "Birthplace of American Railroading," the Mount Clare depot and roundhouse in Baltimore, now home to the B&O Railroad Museum. No. 305 was severely damaged when the... (more)
Bayview local HB48 is east on the President St Branch, passing under CSX's Sparrows Point Industrial Track, en route to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal.
Its early Sunday morning and 24M has just come down the NEC. Now it's time to put it's train away in the Lombard Street Yard in east Baltimore.
The B&O "Lafayette" No. 13
Like the Pennsylvania Railroad, the B&O was caught off guard in the early 1930's missing a historically significant piece of history. The original "Lafayette" ... (more)
Q031 hammers west at Huntingdon Ave on CSX's Baltimore Terminal Subdivision.
Dual-purpose covered wagons sit at Baltimore waiting for the next assignment. PRR Class EFP15.
Former Reading 2101, dressed up as the Chessie Steam Special rests in Camden Yards between assignments during the summer of 1977. The B&O warehouse in the background now sits beyond the right fiel... (more)