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Eldon B. West Virginia History OnView Search Constraints Start Over. Cheat River near Rowlesburg, W. Character on a Train Ride.

Artists' Excursion Over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Photograph Collection - PP262

Tanks and Loading Rack, Volcano, W. Surveyor's Office in Donegal, Pa.

Baltimore and Ohio Locomotive, Morgantown, W. Tygart River at Grafton, W. Depot, Mannington, W.

Railroad Roundhouse and Shop, Weston, W. Marys, Pleasants County, W. Special Train, S. Baltimore and Ohio Building, Wheeling, W. Baltimore and Ohio Engine No. John W. Baltimore and Ohio Station Manager J. Deegan and Telegraph Operator W.

Law in the Bridgeport Station. Baltimore and Ohio Locomotive No. Coal Mine No. White at B.


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The strike spread to Cumberland, Maryland, stopping freight and passenger traffic.

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Former Railroad Tunnel now used by hikers, cyclists, and trail riders Riot by railway workers at Martinsbury on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Note: Image has been digitally colorized using a modern process.


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