177-year-old B&O "John Hancock" on exhibit at the B&O Railroad Museum. The locomotive was built in 1836 and survived in service long enough to be preserved by Col. Pangborn for the B&O's exhibit ... (more)
One of the oldest locomotives preserved in America, the 1848-built "Memnon" is currently one of the key artifacts in the B&O's Civil War exhibit, "The War Came By Train." The locomotive, which wa... (more)
After spending nearly 120 years masquerading as "B&O 117," which an early B&O Ten Wheeler, the B&O Museum has restored this 4-6-0 to its original 1863 appearance as B&O No. 147. From 1927 until 2... (more)
Following the Cheat River along some of the most inaccesible terrain in the entire State of West Virginia, B&O GP9. No. 6641 and its short mixed freight consist battle heavy trains as they operate... (more)
Action at Blue Island Junction is dominated by CSX as a southbound intermodal heads toward Barr Yard while a caboose hop heads north to the BRC to pick up a transfer from Clearing Yard on a foggy ... (more)
B&O Camel 305 on display at the "Birthplace of American Railroading," the Mount Clare depot and roundhouse in Baltimore, now home to the B&O Railroad Museum. No. 305 was severely damaged when the... (more)
Mountain State Railroad and Logging Historical Association kicked off it's 2013 Cass Railfan Weekend by hosting a trip over the West Virginia Central from Cheat Bridge to High Falls. At this locat... (more)
"B&O 6641" (WVC) hauls a short freight during a photo special as part of the Cass 50th Anniversary weekend.
Crazy fast, just insane! How dare a local passenger run go this fast up a local branch line? And on a trestle! Isn't this against some rule?
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The B&O logo will always be a classic, however long it is gone from Class 1 railroading.
For all my images from the charter, go Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)Locomotive: EMD GP9Location: Romney, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: BO 6604Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: March 23, 2013
An F unit pulling a short freight waits for the higher priority passenger train to pass, in farm country, USA!
For all my images from the charter, go Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)Locomotive: EMD F7(A)Location: Green Spring, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: BO 722Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: March 23, 2013
A rural local passenger train makes it way past one of the many farms of West Virginia.
Rocking the diesel plume! Two vintage vehicles, which would you rather own?
Westbound train 93 passes the wrecked remains of train 92 from the day before. Date is approximate.