"THE RAILROAD KITTY"... The merger of the C&O Railroad with B&O Railroad and Western Maryland Railway in 1972, gave way to the formation of the Chessie System. This new companies logo w... (more)
You can find various types of rolling stock in the Denver Yard carrying the logos of fallen flags. This gondola's Southern Pacific logo has survived the merger, the elements and some rough handli... (more)
The weathered nose logo of Rio Grande EMD SD40T-2 “Tunnel Motor” No. 5371 at Helper, Utah, on May 6, 2004.
Freshly restored Tennessee Alabama & Georgia Railway GP38 No. 80 shows off its simple but classy TAG logo and text reading "John A. Chambliss" on both sides of the cab. Mr. Chambliss was... (more)
The Burlington Northern logo is rare to see on any of today’s locomotives, but can still be seen on two BN C30-7s at Alliance, Nebraska. The rust-flecked white logo is seen on the cab of BN 5549 o... (more)
One of the B23-7s that CMQR purchased from MMA during bankruptcy was working in a freezing rain storm. The Logo on the front with a moose is really fitting since CMQR runs in Maine, Vermont and Q... (more)
CIC 208 Logo.
Chessie System’s famous “sleeping kitten” logo still adorns the side of Chesapeake and Ohio 50-foot boxcar No. 21054—now being used by Iowa Interstate maintenance-of-way as storage at Atlantic, Io... (more)
With any new merger comes the option of choosing a symbol to represent the new company, which is exactly what the newly created Norfolk Southern decided to do in 1982. A horse was chosen over the... (more)
Canadian Pacific's beaver logo was a very nice addition to their locomotives, for a while. But these days, as seen on CP AC4400CW 8563, the poor rodent is looking a bit sad. (Bensenville Yard, F... (more)
Nearly two decades after the merger, some Santa Fe locomotives have eluded the paint booth and still display their predecessor colors such as the ATSF 119. The cigar band logo and red warbonnet p... (more)
An old Conrail boxcar sits behind the old Cumberland Valley Railroad Freight Depot in Winchester, VA. A local theater remodeled the depot for its use and use the bo... (more)
Chesapeake and Ohio logo that appears on caboose #90219 that is at the C&O Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, Virginia.
Burlington Northern hopper 451806, built in 1973, has survived Mother Nature, Father Time, Teenage Taggers and the 1996 merger to retain its weathered but in-tact BN logo.
Vintage Canadian National logo adorns the tender of the Baltic steamer displayed at Steamtown.