B&O's Mt. Clare Shop's 1836 "Andrew Jackson"/"Atlantic"
In 1832, Phineas Davis and Israel Gartner developed their first "Grasshopper" type locomotive, the No... (more)
B&O 1927 built "York" Replica Side Profile
This locomotive is a replica of the 1831 "York," built in 1927 at B&O's own Mt. Clare Shop. The original locomotive was constructed in Pen... (more)
B&O 1927 built "York" Replica 3/4 View
This locomotive is a replica of the 1831 "York," built in 1927 at B&O's own Mt. Clare Shop. The original locomotive was constructed in Pennsylv... (more)
B&O Baldwin 4-6-2 No.5300, President WashingtonA rare clear unobstructed view!
The No. 5300, "President Washington" was the first of 20 class P-7 Pacific-type locomotives built... (more)
Western Maryland Alco RS-3 No. 195
The American Locomotive Company (ALCO) began producing road switchers starting with the RS-1 in 1941. The RS series (Road Switchers) were similar to ALC... (more)
B&O EMD GP30 No. 6944
B&O #6944 sits idling ready to pull the Museum's excursion train on February 28th, 2016. So nice to see B&O equipment pulling the Museum's trains vs more modern MAR... (more)
"The American Freedom Train Eagle"
RDG #2101 toured the eastern portion of the United States as the "American Freedom Train" between April 1, 1975 to September 1976. ... (more)
FROM WWW.BORAIL.ORG In 1923, the Baldwin Locomotive Works built a class I-10a for the Reading Railroad. Originally numbered No. 2101, the locomotive had an oversized Wo... (more)
RDG #2101: "The American Freedom Train"An amazing read - trust me!
The Baldwin Locomotive Works built a class I-10a for the Reading Railroad in 1921. Orig... (more)
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)
Nearing the end of it's journey to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal, Bayview local HB48 crosses Colgate Creek, with a long train of export John Deere and Case farm machinery.
Bayview local HB48, passes 5th Avenue Yard, on it's journey from Bayview to the Port of Baltimore Dundalk Marine Terminal with a long train of export John Deere tractors and Case combines.
The gyralight's beam of light is seen rotating in the fog on this very icy morning.
"BACK IN TIME"
There are few places throughout the country or even the globe where one steps up and marvels at the wonders of railroading whether it be Horseshoe Curve, Magno... (more)
Loaded ethanol train K630-15 is east on track 2 of the Curtis Bay Branch crossing the Patapsco River. Just ahead lies Curtis Bay Yard, the final destination on this train's long journey.