Old photos of trains and more up to 1959. I pin everyday, please feel free to FOLLOW my boards. PLEASE do not pin more than 5 per board per day.
1954 - Western Maryland locomotive at the north portal of the Big Savage Tunnel. This photo is considered one of the best documentations that illustrated the Western Maryland Railway and the B and O Railroad during the height of the steam engine era in the railroading industry in Western Maryland and West Virginia.
"William Crooks" of Great Northern's St. Paul and Pacific Railroad at the Chicago Railroad Fair
Pennsylvania Railroad Rubber Tired Switchers - The PRR had a small fleet of Buckwalter electric tractors. These were rubber tired switchers used to switch the industries in tight dockside areas in Jersey City, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. These unique units were PRR Class 3/8000 and were first built in 1912 were originally battery powered and they were later re-powered with gasoline engines.