Photographer- unknown- from my personal collection.
After her brief career on the Southern Rwy Steam Program, former C&O Kanawha 2716 sat in Birmingham, AL and was eventually brought up to Ind... (more)
C&O F3A 8016 and B&O F7A 722 idle away in the night air
while photographers from around the world get their shots
during Spencer Streamliners event held this past summer.
C&O local working around Fostoria
On a cold and dreary autumn morning at Cheat Bridge, two unique locomotives of the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley fleet pose alongside each other after operating a photo freight from Elkins. On the le... (more)
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway GP30 #3027 and CSX BQ23-7 #3002 lead the westbound local on its return trip to the Dothan (AL) Yard. Train has loads of peanuts, cotton and pulpwood and is on the Grim... (more)
Near Linan mine, Chesapeake & Ohio freight scheme painted F7(A) No. 7094 leads a southbound freight along the Shavers Fork of the Cheat River towards Spruce from Elkins. Despite torrential rain an... (more)
C&O Railroad 2-6-6-2 #1309 sits next to WM 2-8-0 #734 at the Ridgeley, WV shop on an early fall night for a photo shoot. #1309 is going through an extensive rebuild and when complete will be the l... (more)
As daytime fades to darkness, C&O 2-6-6-2 No. 1309, WMSR 2-8-0 No. 734, and Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 0-6-0 No. 126 are illuminated in a twilight scene outside of the railroad's Ridgeley, W.Va. shops... (more)
Railroading never sleeps... Shop workers evaluate C&O H-6 Class 2-6-6-2 No. 1309 during an overhaul at the railroad's locomotive shops in rural Peach Creek, West Virginia.... In reality, actors po... (more)
2-6-6-2 1309's front drivers sit in front of a Western Maryland hopper till they are repaired for operation This scene was thanks to the Western Maryland Scenic Ralroad foundation and Chase Ganoe.... (more)
2-6-6-2 1309 sits beside her stable mate WM 734 waiting for her turn in the limelight. This seen was thanks to the Western Maryland Scenic Ralroad foundation and Chase Ganoe.
2-6-6-2 1309 getting some tender loving care during the night shift in Ridgley yards.This scene was thanks to the Western Maryland Scenic Ralroad foundation and Chase Ganoe.
C&O Carferry switcher in Milwaukee at Jones Island waiting for the next boat.
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)