The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum's prized 4-4-0 No. 25, an 1856 Mason Machine Works survivor is seen here at the Museum's back shop undergoing its mandatory 1472 service inspection and overh... (more)
The B&O #25 - the "William Mason" is America's oldest operational steam engine. She is seen here under steam at the &O Railroad Museum on a beautiful Fall day making short solo runs by the Museum... (more)
A Civil War soldier gives salute to the B&O #25, the "William Mason", America's oldest operational steam engine (built in 1856) during the B&O Railroad Museum's Railfest Steam Days.
With a camera crew in the cab and on the ground producing a documentary, the B&O 25 makes all the sound and fury she can muster on an early morning run.
Over 150 years old, B&O 25, The William Mason, can still put on a show, as it did last year passing the passenger car shops during the B&O Railroad Museum's Steam Days.
the "William Mason" on its return from Camp Carroll and a Civil War Encampment.