A well worn C&O GP9 sits in the yard at St Albans WV coupled to a freight train waiting to go east.
A quartet of Chessie System locomotives are sitting at RH Tower located in Cincinnati, OH, December 1977. John E. Troxler collection, photographer unknown.
Chessie System GP38 No. 3802 exits the roundhouse at the B&O Railroad Museum with a Chessie caboose in tow after a turntable demonstration. General Motors, Electro-Motive Division constructed the... (more)
A C&O-Western Maryland-B&O lashup leads westbound hoppers across the Potomac at Harpers Ferry in June of 1982. Lead unit CO 7528 is a 1971-built SD40, followed by the WM's 1966-built SD40 No. 757... (more)
Before the days of PSR on CSX, one could see loads of aggregate such as sand moving on entire unit trains. The rolling stock was railroad owned and some cars even retained fallen flag paint schem... (more)
A 1966-built SD40 leads a 2-unit helper set on the point of a westbound intermodal rounding the old B&O's horseshoe curve at Mance
9/1/76, a CS(B&O) GP9 and a GP30 lead a train of iron ore through the Center St. crossing in Youngstown, OH. The GP9 looked good in the CS paint!
Chessie B&O 6240 is on loan to help run the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway passenger train while one of their engines is being repaired at the South Branch Valley Railroad diesel shop. To the right... (more)
A westbound CS train led by GP30 6917, passenger GP9 6601 and WM SD35 7432 head through the Center St. crossing in Youngstown, OH.
While the track gang looks on a P&LE westbound train of empties rolls out of the P&LE yard in Youngstown, OH led by U28B 2808, MP15DC 1585, 1580 and another U28B.
R377 knocking down the signals at Collingdale on it's westward journey from Philly.
A westbound Chessie System freight led by GP40-2 4220, GP40 3704 and GP30 6913 rolls through the Center St. crossing in Youngstown, OH.
A 1969-built Western Maryland SD40, still in its colorful "Circus Scheme," leads a westbound at Point of Rocks on the old B&O Metropolitan Subdivision
Chessie 3802 is on display at B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD, with the famous roundhouse in the background.
A view of Rockville Bridge from an open-window coach. The occasion was a doubleheaded steam trip behind the PRR 7002 and 1223, sponsored by the Lancaster Chapter NRHS, the RR Museum of PA, and th... (more)