BO 6708 Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) FM H16-44 at Baltimore, Maryland by Center for Railroad Photography and Art
High quality photograph of Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) FM H16-44 # BO 6708 at Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
B&O Railroad Herald Reproduction Railroad Sign 14″x14″ Round
B&O Railroad Herald Reproduction Railroad Sign. 14"x14" Round 24g Steel. This Sign Has An Eyelet For Mounting. Made In The USA.
B&O GP9 6676
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad GP9 6676 at Riverdale, Illinois on Mach 10, 1984, Kodachrome by Gib Allbach, Chuck Zeiler collection. Built in September 1956 as C&O 6127 ( c/n 22035 ) on EMD Order 5467, it became B&O 6676 and was sold for scrap in March 1987.
Baltimore & Ohio Capitol Limited set of 7 magnets Andy Fletcher
Baltimore & Ohio 2 E-units and 5 Capitol Limited passenger cars set of 7 refrigerator magnets by Andy Fletcher.
RAILROAD TIN SIGN Baltimore and Ohio B&O Railroad | Etsy
B&O fans will love this heritage tin sign with all the logos from the great railway! Metal measures 10 x 12, with rounded corners and an 1/8 hole punched in each corner. Metal is .025 gauge aluminum. Made in the USA
America on the Move
America on the Move explores the role of transportation in American history. Visit communities wrestling with the changes that new transportation networks brought. See cities change, suburbs expand, and farms and factories become part of regional, national, and international economies. Meet people as they travel for work and pleasure, and as they move to new homes.
You’ve spent your day on a moving train, working nonstop for 14 hours. You’ve carried suitcases, run errands, made beds, shined shoes, and politely greeted countless passengers, even the rude ones. If you’re lucky, you’ll get four hours of sleep tonight. You are a Pullman porter. In the 1920s, job opportunities for African Americans were limited. At a time when most worked as sharecroppers or housekeepers, the job of a Pullman porter was highly respected in the black community. Porters had…
History of Important Civil Rights Organizations in the US
This slideshow lists the most important civil rights groups, as well as their history and founders, such as the NAACP and the National Urban League.