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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

Company: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Abbreviation: B. & O.
Country: U.S.
Information: The Baltimore & Ohio was the earliest commercial railroad in the USA constructed primarily to compete with the Erie Canal transporting goods through the North Eastern States. Primarily a coal moving entity through the Appalachian mountain range the railroad made famous passenger trains a lucrative business serving major centers between Washington and New York.
In a very competitive market B&O filed for bankruptcy protection on more than one occasion. At various times B&O was controlled by the Pennsylvania and Chesapeake and Ohio Railroads; finally becoming part of the giant CSX system in 1986.
By 1971 all passenger services were relinquished to the government run Amtrak.

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Liveries (1)

LIVERY PURPOSE IMAGE
B. & O. Silver (4) Loco & Coach B. & O. Silver

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Releases (4)

MODEL NO. LIVERY
Baltimore & Ohio Baggage/Kitchen Car
Released: 1967
3101 B. & O. Silver
Baltimore & Ohio Diner Car
Released: 1967
None B. & O. Silver
Baltimore & Ohio Observation Car
Released: 1967
3102 B. & O. Silver
Baltimore & Ohio Passenger Car
Released: 1967
3100 B. & O. Silver

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Images (4)

Baltimore & Ohio Baggage/Kitchen Car
Baltimore & Ohio Baggage/Kitchen Car 3101

Baltimore & Ohio Diner Car
Baltimore & Ohio Diner Car None

Baltimore & Ohio Observation Car
Baltimore & Ohio Observation Car 3102

Baltimore & Ohio Passenger Car
Baltimore & Ohio Passenger Car 3100


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