Local relic on display
Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad GE 70-ton #50 at Glen Burnie, Maryland, in April of 1958. B&A #50 was bought new for the railroad in January of 1950 and hauled freight between the B&A's two namesak... (more)
This May 19, 1985 two coach excursion on the Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad was most likely run in conjunction with the annual Ferndale Day festival. Following BLA 50, a GE 70-tonner, are the Pu... (more)
Baltimore & Annapolis 70 Tonner No. 50 was coupling up to recently painted caboose No. 1984 at the shop in Ferndale, MD on Oct. 25, 1985.
A southbound Baltimore & Annapolis freight was passing through Woodlawn Heights, MD on Oct. 25, 1985 with 70 Tonner No. 50.
Baltimore & Annapolis 70-Tonner No. 50 was struggling to pull several cars of paper upgrade near Linthicum, MD on Oct. 25, 1985
Baltimore & Annapolis 70-Tonner No. 50 was putting the final touches on its train at the interchange with CSX in Baltimore, MD on Oct. 25, 1985.
Former Baltimore & Annapolis SW9 with its stacks capped at Chadburn, NC || November 2001
This old SW switcher, once operated by the B&A will most likely spend the rest of her life tied down at the CALA headquarters in Chadbourn, NC.
Baltimore & Annapolis SW9 87 began life in December 1953 as Chesapeake & Ohio 5092. The unit has sat here at the Carolina Southern's office in Chadbourn, North Carolina for a number of years, nev... (more)
Sitting there for long times..
The Baltimore & Annapolis's sole remaining diesel locomotive is now on display at the B&O Railroad Museum.
Fallen Flag of small switching RR