Chesapeake & Ohio GP9 6064 works one of Chessie’s yards in Cleveland, Ohio.
We're looking out from an open-window coach, as the 614 makes a hard left at Viaduct Junction. It was a rocket-ride up the Potomac Valley that day.
“Reading 96 Redux”Conrail’s Hagerstown Secondary crosses in the foreground, as the modern iteration of “Reading 96”, CSX R342 (Cumberland to Enola), approaches NC Tower in Hagerstown. T... (more)
Newly cosmetically restored, C&O 2700 sits on display near the old Pennsy depot in Dennison.
C&O 5704 idles at Urbana, Ohio during the layover. After the layover 5704 would lead the Spirit of Urbana, a GP30, and a bunch of happy passengers back to the originating point of Washington Court... (more)
C&O 2700 rests in the eerily quiet historical district of Dennison, Ohio.
C&O B30-7 and a U30B at the New River Yard office. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
A Chesapeake & Ohio transfer job behind GP7 5757 skirts the Indiana/Illinois line as it bangs across the diamond at appropriately named State Line tower in Hammond, IN. The train and I were in dif... (more)
The engineer of an eastbound Chesapeake & Ohio freight reaches out to snag train orders from the tower as his GP9 trio marches through Griffith, Indiana. A second set of orders on the stand's lowe... (more)
C&O 5250 switches the carferry Badger at their dock on Jones Island in Milwaukee, WI in April of 1975. Russ Porter Kodachrome from my collection.
C&O's famous streamlined steamer, number 490 "The Hudson", sits on display in the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore Maryland today. The 490 once pulled passenger tr... (more)
The C&O's Class J3a "Greenbrier" No. 614 is pulling a westbound Hoboken-Port Jervis excursion in the fall of 1996. Moodna viaduct, the highest and longest railroad trestle east of the M... (more)
“Strange Bedfellows”Less than seven weeks out of La Grange, an SD50, aided by an SD9, with an eastbound OML coal drag for the Curtis Bay piers, skirts past the rock face at Relay, where... (more)
Heading west up the Indy side with an F7B and another geep. Joe McDaniels photo from a negative in my collection.