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.
Tom Golden photo.
B&O Camelback #173
Built in 1873 by the B&O Mount Clare Shops, this 4-6-0 Camelback (originally #373) was retired in 1901 and survives today at the Saint Louis Museum of Transportation.... (more)
An impressive no longer possible view of B&O #4500 from 2005 when the engine was on display outside. This Baldwin engine was built in 1918 and is one of only 3 "modern" post 1... (more)
B&O "Davis" Camelback #305 (#217)
The "Camel" locomotives, which were named for their unique shape and cab location, became a trademark of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O) during the ... (more)
An interesting mix of EMD power eases eastbound coal down Cheat River Grade. The train will soon reach M&K Junction, where the steep climb to Terra Alta begins.
In 1860, the B&O built a network of track along the waterfront at Fells Point in Baltimore to deal with an 1831 city ordinance prohibiting steam power on the streets. Preserved here at the B&O Ra... (more)
Though not as well known as it's logo featuring the Capital Dome, this logo could be found on B&O's trailers when used in "Trailer Jet" service. One such example has been preserved at the B&O Rai... (more)
B&O Mount Royal Station
For a daytime view and further information regarding this beautifully restored historic depot, click Railroad: Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)Locomotive: DepotLocation: Baltimore, Maryland, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: June 14, 2012
B&O "Thatcher Perkins" #147, a 4-6-0 ten-wheeler, was built in 1863 and actually carried American troops during the Civil War. It was retired in 1892 and in 1927 the railroad applied the name "Th... (more)
Caught me some B&O action while in Baltimore!
(OK, not really, but GP-7 #6405 is operable and part of the B&O Railroad Museum's collection.)
A rare B&O 2-8-2 "MacArthur" survivor. First time seen in the data base on RP, likely due to the tight confines within the original B&O Mount Clare shops which is wher... (more)
Superman never raced a B&O EA!
(No disrespect to AT&SF fans.)