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B&O, Sterling, Ohio, 1978

B&O, Sterling, Ohio, 1978

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The Thomas Viaduct: Construction commenced on the bridge on July, 4 1833 and finished, officially on July It spans in length and was the longest stone-arch masonry bridge of the time. It featured eight arches, which were in length.

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The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bridge at Monocacy Junction after it was destroyed by Confederates in September 1862 (Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 4, 1862; courtesy of Princeton University Library)

The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bridge at Monocacy Junction after it was destroyed by Confederates in September 1862 (Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October courtesy of Princeton University Library)

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Columbian passenger train in a publicity pose at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia in 1949.

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Columbian passenger train in a publicity pose at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia in

Harold G. Griffith, Industrial Cleveland: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Lift Bridge, 1930, etching

Harold G. Griffith, Industrial Cleveland: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Lift Bridge, etching

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