Local relic on display
Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad GE 70-ton #50 at Glen Burnie, Maryland, in April of 1958. B&A #50 was bought new for the railroad in January of 1950 and hauled freight between the B&A's two namesak... (more)
This May 19, 1985 excursion on the Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad was likely run in conjunction with the annual Ferndale Day festival. Following BLA 50, a GE 70-tonner, are the Pullman “Defender... (more)
Baltimore & Annapolis 70 Tonner No. 50 was coupling up to recently painted caboose No. 1984 at the shop in Ferndale, MD on Oct. 25, 1985.
A southbound Baltimore & Annapolis freight was passing through Woodlawn Heights, MD on Oct. 25, 1985 with 70 Tonner No. 50.
Baltimore & Annapolis 70-Tonner No. 50 was struggling to pull several cars of paper upgrade near Linthicum, MD on Oct. 25, 1985
Baltimore & Annapolis 70-Tonner No. 50 was putting the final touches on its train at the interchange with CSX in Baltimore, MD on Oct. 25, 1985.
Former Baltimore & Annapolis SW9 with its stacks capped at Chadburn, NC || November 2001
This old SW switcher, once operated by the B&A will most likely spend the rest of her life tied down at the CALA headquarters in Chadbourn, NC.
Baltimore & Annapolis SW9 87 began life in December 1953 as Chesapeake & Ohio 5092. The unit has sat here at the Carolina Southern's office in Chadbourn, North Carolina for a number of years, nev... (more)
Sitting there for long times..
The Baltimore & Annapolis's sole remaining diesel locomotive is now on display at the B&O Railroad Museum.
Fallen Flag of small switching RR