Crew of this train gathers in front of B&O #51 before leaving Jersey City for Washington, D.C.
Don't they look nice with color and clean and with a builder's plate?
At the time of this picture B&O had lost the mail contract and this run had been cut back to Parkersburg. So that is the explanation for one coach and one E unit. The thing that no one saw coming ... (more)
A pair of GP30's along with another geep take an eastbound from Garrett, Indiana to Willard, Ohio. James Lennon photo. Barry Lennon collection.
GP30m 4253 in B&O sunburst scheme and a Chessie System bay-window caboose rest under the coaling tower at CSX's Sandy Hook Yard in Lynchburg, VA.
Built in 1910, over 100 years ago, Gary Union Station was designed by architect M. A. Lang as a two-level station between the Baltimore and Ohio (south, off screen to right) and the South S... (more)
A heritage consist lead by a re-numbered B&O unit in it's original paint scheme leads a westbound out of Carothers Tunnel on the Magnolia Cutoff.
This trio of geeps have been re-numbered into the CSX system, but are still sporting their original B&O paint schemes. They lead a westbound through St Denis with a set of tanks tucked in behind t... (more)
In the late 1950s in southwest Pennsylvania, a maintenance of way worker takes a break from repairing a lineside telephone booth to observe the passage of the daily B&O RDC run from Pittsburgh. Th... (more)
Condition of this heavy used crossing seems pretty dangerous at this time
Shown is the old B&O Parkersburg Branch with two old rusty CLP's still standing.
Looking down the old B&O mainline in Parkersburg. This stretch of track was once used by hot shot TOFC trains, many priority freights, and even an Amtrak passenger train at one time. Special thank... (more)