C&O GP7 5828's crew takes a break from their duties as the Smith Creek yard shifter and heads for beans at the Bull Pen. In reality, this photo from 2011 shows C&O 5828 on display at the C&O Herit... (more)
C&O #904138 still serves the Howell Yard in Evansville Indiana, it still wears its original Chessie System logo that was painted years ago.
To the north of milepost 1 on the Clinchfield was the C&O yard in Shelby, KY. Sometimes, Clinchfield freights would run right to the yard and turnover a train, and C&O would do the same. However,... (more)
The evolution of the steam locomotive is prominently displayed at The Henry Ford. One hundred ten years of locomotive technology separate the DeWitt Clinton of 1831 (represented with this 1893-b... (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)
War Damn Caboose!!! Painted up in the colors of Auburn University, a caboose from the International Car Company of Kenton, Ohio will soon welcome tailgaters for the upcoming football seaso... (more)
C&O 614 is displayed at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA. It wears the logos of the Greenbrier Hotel, located nearby in White Sulphur Springs, and was painted and lettered for... (more)
Inside the cab of C&O 614, currently on display at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA, is an interesting mix of old and new technology (note the 26L brake stand and the MU contro... (more)
On-board Former CSXT 116, now C&O 8016 makes his way back to the Potomac Eagle station in Romney, WV to allow the passengers to detrain. NOTE: Photo taken with permission.
eastbound C&O train passing through Pullman Jct on the south side of Chicago
While wearing Chessie System paint and lettered for the C&O, her number 6299 is a recent renumbering by CSX.
Here she heads west on CSX towards JO Tower on a cold February day.
C&O 2-8-4 # 2732 sits stuffed and mounted in Richmond Va
Trackside view of the remaining hardware on the 1922 Farbanks Morse C&O coaling tower in Thurmond.
From my slide collection by JOHN NIXON.