Baltimore and Ohio GP7 No.3400 proudly shows off what is generally regarded as B&O's finest paint scheme, in October 1953 at Bayview Yard Baltimore, Maryland. Photo part of my slide collection, n... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
B&O 722 leads a spring railfan excursion in West Virginia
"HARPERS FERRY STATION"
The historic wood-frame depot, which was designed in 1894 by architect E. Francis Baldwin for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O). Baldwin, a Baltimor... (more)
In the spring of 1983, the Baltimore and Ohio ran a special train for employees and their families from Baltimore to Point of Rocks, Md., and back. The train ran outbound on the Capital and Metro... (more)
Originally constructed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1896, Mount Royal Station in Baltimore, MD, still stands pristine today. The station has been occupied by the Maryland Institute Colleg... (more)
A five-unit lashup of GP40's and GP40-2's from the B&O, SBD, and WM spend the weekend laying over in C&O's Quinnimont, WV yard.
Power strapped Milwaukee Road leased a number of B&O GP's and 3 of them found their way onto the Nahant to Savanna way-freight which ran over the Rock Island to East Moline and then north on the A... (more)
F7 trucks stored at Morristown & Erie's shop.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad museum in Baltimore, MD has quite an array of equipment displayed outside the museum for visitors to see. In this photo a B&O... (more)
Unlucky 13: Stacks capped, three B&O GP7's and ten first generation EMD switchers wait to be picked up in Bethlehem, PA. Their presence here indicates that they are more than likely en route to Na... (more)
Leading a train of coal bound for Grafton from Century, a B&O GP40/GP40-2 duo cross the Buckhannon River as they approach Century Junction.
Returning to Elkins from Spruce, the Cheat Mountain Salamander follows the Shavers Fork of the Cheat River as it passes Woodrow Siding with B&O GP9 No. 6641 and C&O F7 No. 7094 doing the ho... (more)