A rare look inside the B&O Railroad Museum's back shop finds a near finished restoration of the Museum's prized B&O "AJ Cromwell" #545 which was damaged when the roof collapsed at the Museum in 20... (more)
A Civil War soldier gives salute to the B&O #25, the "William Mason", America's oldest operational steam engine (built in 1856) during the B&O Railroad Museum's Railfest Steam Days.
Three B&O Alco FA-2 units (No. 4030 on the point) have eastbound tonnage rolling on the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR by trackage rights, passing Mesta Machine Works.
B&O 9531 was also present this day.
North of Romney Station, a southbound B&O passenger extra passes a steep rock outcrop and vintage stone wall, on its late evening trip through the scenic, and narrow Potomac River Valley. The road... (more)
South of Sycamore Bridge, the Potomac Valley afternoon excursion returns north, pulled by C&O F7(A), No. 8016, while B&O F7(A), No. 722 assists on the rear. The train will shove north through the ... (more)
As fall colors along the scenic Potomac River valley approach their peak as a result of extremely cool nights and mild afternoons, passengers on the sold out afternoon run of the Potomac Eagle enj... (more)
During the B&O Capital Limited’s last autumn before Amtrak (1970), westbound No. 5 makes her brief evening station stop at suburban Silver Spring, Maryland, on the way to Chicago. In the consist ... (more)
As a full moon rises over the horizon in the background, B&O F7(A), No. 722 idles on the Sycamore Bridge on a passenger deadhead from Moorefield to Romney. For more information on a Spring 2013 ph... (more)
On a pleasant morning in April of 1970, Baltimore & Ohio’s Metropolitan tears west through Forrest Glen, MD, on its way from Washington, D.C. to Cincinnati. B&O E-unit #1446 leads the consist of ... (more)
Westbound and crossing the NYC Michigan Central Porter Branch.
A Chessie System caboose hop heads north on the B&OCT to bring a transfer back to Barr Yard. Tom Golden photo.
Eastbound on the B&O main and about to pass under the CSS railroad truss bridge. This train had just left the Miller lumberyard siding.
B&O 6050 leads a westbound out of Sand Patch tunnel. I made this tip in 1992 with my grandpa. Great Memories!
I cannot be certain that I or my 'PaPa' took this photo. I was 16 years old and som... (more)
A pair of B&O and C&O Geeps head westbound on the B&OCT. Tom Golden photo.