Class P-7 B&O 5312 is serviced. The location is the BOCT roundhouse looking north along Wood St. with Cook Co. General in the distance. Today, this is UP Global One property. All the P-class "P... (more)
B&O 5581 has been coaled and now goes for a spin on the table before being spotted for further service. The colorful upstarts of the C&O seem to be watching the activity from the house. More tur... (more)
RS-97 crosses the diamond with the CR line in Leroy at North Street.
A B&O GP40 and B unit lead a freight train across the river at Harpers Ferry, WV in the spring of 1970.
The beast lives! After two plus years out of service the 6525 once again rolls through Athens. Here a northbound Athens Line storage move from Watkinsville passes the massive waste of taxp... (more)
Awaiting their train at the IC's Markham Yard.
A B&O freight on the South Branch - found this image while rummaging through some old pics. I believe the date as listed is correct.
In the early 1970's several railroads had begun to concentrate their unique fleets built by the smaller builders. The B&O had many FM's assigned to the Baltimore area including these roadswitcher... (more)
The B&O Memnon No. 57: The Memmon was built in 1848 by the New Castle Manufacturing Company in Delaware on a sub-contract from the Baldwin Locomotive Works, B&O #57 entered service in July... (more)
B&O's Mt. Clare Shop's 1836 "Andrew Jackson"/"Atlantic"
Now sold on steam, the B&O purchased this actual locomotive from a clock maker, Phineas Davis in 1832. The railroad was so happy w... (more)
The B&O Tom Thumb Replica: Designed in 1830, this engine successfully won the B&O Railroad over to steam. Prior to that, the railroad's horsepower was just that... horse powered. The orig... (more)