A pair of C&O U-Boats, both with some carbody doors open, are seen on the B&OCT through Hammond. Tom Golden photo.
Beginning in 1942 under the leadership of Robert Young, new ways of thinking and operating were established for the C&O. One noticeable change was the adoption of a new slogan for the railroad. ... (more)
A set of power works at Wallbridge yard Toledo
Very late in the day, an eastbound unit coal train blasts through Duffield, VA behind a quartet of C&O SD50s. Actually, this is a CSXT train (and locomotive) by now, but the big unit on the point ... (more)
Passenger station. It was taken somewhere in 1977 or 1978.From my slide collection photo by Mark Clark.
This is for all my other friends who are devotees of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad--swallowed into CSX many years ago, along with my beloved Louisville & Nashville, and a host of other pre-merger... (more)
In the twilight of the U25B fleet on the C&O, 8106 leads a sibling on an eastbound through the long curve at Barboursville,passing the depot and tower at the junction with the Logan line.
C&O GP35 3567 leads U30C 3300 on a loaded coal train westbound under a classic C&O signal bridge in 1978. The random mix of EMD and GE power was typical of the era, although the GP35 was somewhat ... (more)
Built in 1949, C&O no. 1309 a 2-6-6-2 class Steam locomotive sits on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Interchange track. The locomotive made a lengthy journey from Baltimore, MD, the engine fi... (more)
J802, the Ottawa-Henry turn, approaching Bureau from Henry, stopping to flag crossing.
Four sidewinder cranes hold the C&O 1309 about seven feet in the air as a depressed center flat car is positioned underneath it. The maneuver is carefully choreographed by the Hulcher crew at the ... (more)
Interior view of greenbrier class locomotive 614.