All dressed up! On Memorial Day weekend, the Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation held an open house and work session for the 2716 restoration project. During this weekend, 2716 and all of her el... (more)
On the first night of the KSHC open house, members held an impromptu photo session. The numerous lights added by Bill Purdie and the Southern Steam Program members were illuminated and gave the ne... (more)
The firebox of 2716 has had lateral lines drawn on the side sheets in preparation for an ultrasonic test which will take place on Memorial Day Weekend. The remainder of the firebox including sypho... (more)
NKP 765 dressed as C&O 2765 begins its assault of Duff Mountain passing the Chaska coal tower enroute Knoxville in a steady rain.
Just a shell of its former glory is how Smith Creek Yard in Clifton Forge, Virginia is now. Not much is left except the C&O Heritage Center. Pictured is various equipment belonging to the C&O Hi... (more)
Criticism aside, it is still very cool to see what these queens of steam look like undressed. Here is a look at C&O 1309's firebox inside the shops at the WMSR during a recent tour.
Chessie System’s famous “sleeping kitten” logo still adorns the side of Chesapeake and Ohio 50-foot boxcar No. 21054—now being used by Iowa Interstate maintenance-of-way as storage at Atlantic, Io... (more)
Eastbound coal rolls through the small community of Mount Carbon, West Virginia. The Chessie SD50’s were the pride of the fleet in the mid-1980’s.
C&O 2-6-6-2 No.1309 at the WMSRThe Restoration Continues!
Chesapeake & Ohio's No.1309 is a 2... (more)
On the outside looking in - no doubt I had the same reaction that
Jon Wright had upon discover... (more)
C&O "Allegheny type" No. 1604
C&O #1604 was built by Lima Locomotive Works in December of 1941. The railroad worked with Lima on the project in an effort to tackle its tough Allegheny M... (more)
Built around 1914, in Covington, Virginia this former Chesapeake and Ohio passenger station is now home for the Alleghany Historical Society.
Chesapeake & Ohio 4-6-0 #377
This "Ten Wheeler" was built in 1902 by Burnham, Williams & Co. (absorbed into the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1909) for the Cincinnati, Richmond & Muncie Rai... (more)