The C&O Historical Society's 1948 F3Au Chesapeake & Ohio #8016 This locomotive made an appearance at the NCTM's "Streamliners" event and is seen here on display at the Bob Julian Roundho... (more)
Yes, that's a Chessie System locomotive at a CSX repaint facility in the year 2017. C&O No. 8272, formerly known as CSX B30-7 No. 5554 sits at CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shops on Saturday, March ... (more)
Prior for departure for the Lake Shore Railroad Museum, freshly repainted C&O B30-7 8272 sits outside the CSX Huntington Locomotive Shops on a cool March evening.
“Long Gone”Long gone are the CPLs, cabin cars, front runners, and the friendly wave. With RF&P GP40-2 146 plus three on the head end, Chessie System/C&O extended vision caboose (90)3318... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio 4-8-4 614 continues its assault of B&O’s Seventeen Mile Grade at Swanton, Maryland. This Chessie Safety Express excursion ran from Cumberland, Maryland to Terra Alta, Wes... (more)
Former Chesapeake & Ohio 4-8-4 614 leads the Chessie Safety Express up B&O’s Seventeen Mile Grade at Bond, West Virginia. There was no better place to be to hear the stack talk.
C&O "Yellow Belly" #490
One of my all time favorite locomotives - this time, a rarely seen view of the fireman's side, thanks to a vacant track to the right left by the Museum's Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)Locomotive: Steam 4-6-4Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USALocomotive #: CO 490Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 02, 2016
A pair of Chessie System GEs are seen outside the fueling rack at the B&O's Barr Yard. Jim Mirabelli photo.
Heading east through Willow Creek Junction on the B&O Garrett subdivision in 1977.
The Hanover Turnaround, with CS/C&O GP35 3574, L&N/SBD GP40 6821, SCL/SBD GP38 2 2516, and CS/B&O GP40 3752, is westbound—just crossing Gunpowder Falls—as it approaches Lineboro (mp 38.9) and the ... (more)
Where's the train? The tracks are still in but the C&O no longer serves the carferry in Milwaukee, WI. The lower level now hold autos, not freight cars. There were 3 car ferries that carried RR fr... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph