Westbound freight on the B&O crosses the Cleveland line in Greenwich, Ohio.
Back in the 1980s, 4-axle power was prevalent on the Chessie System
This image has the same feel as the image at http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=234278
The F unit geep combo was very common during this era.
I spent many hours at this location as snow showers came and went. Each shot I took here had its' own unusual look.
The brains for the Connellsville Hump resided in this tower. From this vantage point operators could see both ends of the terminal and had their fingers on the whole operation. In 1966 this was an... (more)
Photo study inside the cab of B&O No. 5300, one of the famous President series Pacifics.
About eight years earlier, Kevin Piper photographed this engine at Barr Yard in Illinois. It looked a lot better then, Huntington appears to be the end of the line for this old Geep.
Diverging from the B&O main onto the CL&W, eastbound R354 has a manned Chessie caboose and DuPont caboose bringing up the rear.
A long cut of Chessie cabeese is stored in the former Western Maryland Knobmount Yard, awaiting disposition.
Without the mail contract, the metropolitan became a skinny train with lots of horsepower. The E unit provides steam heat. Click He... (more)
All of the power was out on road headed to and from coal mines except for this lonely GP30 and GP9. No one wanted the GP30 on their train that day. So I was the lucky one that day.