B&O GP40 3779 with some sister EMDs in Hagerstown, MD in 1974.
Pushers meeting westbound manifest. The double-track bridge pictured will be destroyed in flooding resulting from a tropical storm in November 1985.
Note white flags, and run-through SP power behind
Not all rail infrastructure was in great shape during the early 1970s...
A "President" class P7c leads a passenger train past John's camera on the south side. This shot is a followup to an earlier upload, click on "BO 5309" above to link to it. The Chicago Can Compan... (more)
A "President" class P7c leads a passenger train past John's camera on the south side, the hogger about to acknowledge him. #5309 was "President Polk", and by this date must have been relegated to... (more)
Northbound (Timetable West) on the CT&V Subdivision with coke and steel for Cleveland. This track is now operated by the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Westbound on the Akron Mainline Subdivision. (Renamed New Castle Subdivision in 1987). This train will enter the CT&V Subdivision at BD Interlocking in Akron and continue on to Cleveland
An Easter Sunday visit to the Chessie engine terminal in Rochester yielded this nice lashup of 4 GP-30s still in B&O blue.
B&O caboose C-2929 carries the markers on a three car Beardstown local as it crosses the ICG/GM&O in downtown Springfield, IL.