One weekend a year Baltimore’s B&O Railroad Museum steams up their 1856-built 4-4-0 wood burner #25, complete with kerosene headlamp.
Baltimore & Ohio GP-9 no. 6604 rests next to a restored Pennsylvania Railroad coach at Washington Union Station's Centennial Celebration.
How the mighty have fallen...no longer in first-class service
Grafton was my go to city in West Virginia when I needed some shots to kick up my portfolio. Mine runs terminated in the long yard and often used two unit EMD lashups for power. My favorite combin... (more)
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)