The George Washington A Roger Puta Photograph
The former Chessie System caboose in Bostic, NC (C&O 3213) is seen on another lonely night in eastern North Carolina.
"ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN"
The streamlined Hudson sits outside the North Machine Shop at the museum and is seen looking in. I imagine with sad puppy dog eyes wondering what it has don... (more)
Just a shell of how this yard use to be. Looking west at the Smith Creek Yard in Clifton Forge, not much remains except the C&O Heritage Center. The equipment pictured, in various states of repa... (more)
I set the way-back machine to 10-26-1996 and Rutherford, New Jersey. You are looking at the last commercially built passenger steam locomotive made in the USA. Outshopped by Lima Locomotive works ... (more)
Westbound at East Tallmadge Ave
The much-talked-about firebox of 2716 was the major focus of the initial inspection. In this shot, Jason Sobczynski, founding member of KSHCO and owner of Next Generation Rail Services, prepares t... (more)
2716 basks in the sun during her brief career under steam with the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society. Her second excursion career was a short one, but the Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation ... (more)
The Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp. members work with Kentucky Railway Museum's Mark Johnson, operating the crane, on removing the steam dome cap of 2716 in preparation of a evaluation of her curren... (more)
A Restored Kanawha Class Steam of former Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad sits at Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond
Eastbound C&O train waiting for clearance to pass through Pullman Jct while IC interchange job comes up the connector track from IC main.
While standing at the end of the platform I was able to photograph power from the C&O, SRR, RF&P, B&O, PRR and Washington Terminal.
Here sits C&O GP7 #5828 at the C&O Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, Virginia. The replica depot serves as the gift shop for the center.
The flagman runs ahead of the Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad excursion train to flag the West Maple Road crossing as the train passes the Linthicum station. This is the B&A swan song, as the road ... (more)