Chesapeake and Ohio Railway #5828 and #614 on display at the C&O Railway Heritage Center. The EMD GP7 was built in 1952 by Electro-Motive Diesel. The J3a Greenbrier was built in 1948 by Lima Locom... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio’s General Electric power didn’t seem to weather nearly as well as its EMD units. A typical contrast can be seen between U30B 8228 and GP40-2 4262 on adjacent turntable tracks at ... (more)
Chessie power leads a southbound Seaboard System (SCL) train through the quiet settlement of Skippers, Virginia.
A Chesapeake & Ohio local accelerates eastward under myriad wires and over the two-track Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac main line at Doswell, Virginia. An RF&P local can be seen in the extreme... (more)
Pictured is the C&O Railway Heritage Center, the Town of Clifton Forge and the Alleghany Highlands. Photo taken from the A Street Bridge.
C&O 7534 and the Erie 400 Pullman on display at Smith Creek Yard.
Preserved COHS railroad equipment on display at the C&O Railway Heritage Center's Smith Creek Yard. Pictured is cosmetically restored SD40 #7534 and J3a 4-8-4 Greenbrier #614.
A pair of Chessie System EMDs heads east on the B&OCT. Tom Golden photo.
Brand new GP15T C&O 1507 has been delivered to the B&OCT's Barr Yard. The GP15Ts were mostly used in Chicago-area yard and transfer service during their lifespan. Tom Golden photo.
C&O 3010 leads three other EMDs through Midlothian. Tom Golden photo.
C&O 2765 (NKP 765 in disguise) makes a brief stop in Connersville. The steam and a string of covered hoppers hiding the CSX U-boat that was tagging along.
Eastbound on the B&O Akron Mainline Subdivision
Dragging north with a clean looking AS616. Joe McDaniels photo from negative in my collection.