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A map of a part of the southern & western states showing the contemplated route of the New Orleans & Ohio Railroad and the Central Railroad of Illinois, also the route of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad representing the most central, direct and practicable route for a great national and commercial highway between the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Northern Lakes, and by various branches and intersections with other Railways connecting with all the principal cities of the United States.

Great stone viaduct (over the Patapsco River) at "Washington Junction" by which the Washington Branch" of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad crosses the river, nine miles from Baltimore.

Part of map of Washington City D.C. showing the track of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as originally constructed and as it now exists : also showing tracks along which the company might have built the road ... and the proposed paving of East Second Street by the corporation of Washington.

Great stone viaduct (over the Patapsco River) at "Washington Junction" by which the Washington Branch" of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad crosses the river, nine miles from Baltimore.

[Locomotive on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Near Oakland, Maryland]

A map of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and its principal connecting lines uniting all parts of the East & West.

Annapolis Junction, on the Washington branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, in possession of the troops of the United States government

The Boston battery at General Butler's camps, Relay House. Commanding the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad by Patapsco River

Great stone viaduc[t] (over the Patapsco River) at "Washington Junction" by which the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad crosses the river nine miles from Baltimore.

Great stone viaduc[t] (over the Patapsco River) at "Washington Junction" by which the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad crosses the river nine miles from Baltimore.

Map of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and its connections.

[Stretch of railway on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

[Stretch of railway on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

Cheat River and Buckhorn Wall (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad)

[A relay house on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

[A relay house on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]

Map of the Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio Railroad connecting the railroads of Virginia with the railroads of Kentucky on the shortest route east and west from the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Union camp meeting! at Irving Park! Annapolis Junction, on the line of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, centrally located for Baltimore, Washington, Annapolis, Patapsco circuit and intermediate points will commence Saturday Aug. 8 and close on

Union Camp meeting at Irving Park, Annapolis Junction, on the line of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad ... will commence Saturday Aug 8, and close on Tuesday Aug 25, 1885.

U.S. Reports: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad v. Bates, 119 U.S. 464 (1886)

U.S. Reports: Marye v. Balt. and Ohio Railroad, 127 U.S. 117 (1888)

DINNER TO WELCOME ROBERT GARRETT, PRESIDENT OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, TO STATEN ISLAND [held by] ERASTUS WIMAN AND HIS ASSOCIATES [at] "PAVILION HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, NY" (HOT;)

DINNER TO WELCOME ROBERT GARRETT, PRESIDENT OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, TO STATEN ISLAND [held by] ERASTUS WIMAN AND HIS ASSOCIATES [at] "PAVILION HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, NY" (HOT;)

DINNER TO WELCOME ROBERT GARRETT, PRESIDENT OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, TO STATEN ISLAND [held by] ERASTUS WIMAN AND HIS ASSOCIATES [at] "PAVILION HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, NY" (HOT;)

DINNER TO WELCOME ROBERT GARRETT, PRESIDENT OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, TO STATEN ISLAND [held by] ERASTUS WIMAN AND HIS ASSOCIATES [at] "PAVILION HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, NY" (HOT;)

U.S. Reports: Mobile and Ohio Railroad v. Tennessee, 153 U.S. 486 (1894)

U.S. Reports: Warner v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., 168 U.S. 339 (1897)

U.S. Reports: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. v. Joy, 173 U.S. 226 (1899)

B. & O. R.R. i.e. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. office building, Baltimore, Md

U.S. Reports: Winslow v. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 208 U.S. 59 (1908)

U.S. Reports: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. v. Wilson, 242 U.S. 295 (1916)

Plate 44, Part of Ward 3 [Map bound by State Line, Richmond Terrace (Shore RD), Arlington Ave, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Western Ave, Washington Ave, Old Place Creek]

Daniel B. Willard, Pres. of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad White House, Washington, D.C.

Daniel B. Willard, Pres. of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad White House, Washington, D.C.

Tells of hasty "shopping tour." Washington, D.C., May 12. Charles T. O'Neal, President of the Chicago and Ester Illinois Railroad, tells the Senate Railroad Financing Committee of his hasty "shopping tour" in October 1931 for a loan to meet immediate obligations of the O. & E.I. The road finally procured a $700.000 loan from the Midland Bank in Cleveland after bringing out that the executive Committee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad had authorized purchase of the $700,00 from the bank by the C&O, acting Chairman Truman charged the bank was nominated by the Van Swerigans. Further testimony brought from Herbert Fitzpatrick, President of the C&O that the bank acted only as "agent" in the loan while actually it was a C&O loan, 5/12/1937

Richwood, West Virginia. An engineer on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Transportation. Engines. "MacArthur" engine in service on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Engine is shown at Halethorpe, Maryland, about eight miles from Baltimore, pulling a freight train

Richwood, West Virginia. An engine crew of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Transportation. Engines. "MacArthur" engine in service on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Engine is shown at Halethorpe, Maryland, about eight miles from Baltimore, pulling a freight train

Transportation. Tank cars. This train of tank cars on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad illustrates the new plan for solid-train movement of oil. The plan cuts down the time consumed in the previous turn-around of tank car equipment, making more cars available to haul oil to the East

Richwood, West Virginia. Baggage car on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Richwood, West Virginia. A baggage man on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Richwood, West Virginia. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad furnished a special train to carry the 300 men, women and children to upper New York state where they will work in the harvest

Richwood, West Virginia. An engineer on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Richwood, West Virginia. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad furnished a special train to carry the 300 men, women and children to upper New York state where they will work in the harvest

Transportation. Engines. "MacArthur" engine in service on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Engine is shown at Halethorpe, Maryland, about eight miles from Baltimore, pulling a freight train

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. As the train goes through Argo, Illinois, it passes a long train of oil tank cars of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond Indiana. As the train goes through Argo, Illinois it passes a long train of oil tank cars of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. As the train goes through Argo, Illinois, it passes a long train of oil tank cars of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

San Bernardino, California. An emblem on a car of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

San Bernardino, California. Data on a freight car of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

A diesel locomotive passes along what were once bustling passenger rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad as well in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Coal trains on what were once bustling passenger rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad as well in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Overlooking what what were once bustling rail lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Grafton, West Virginia, which was an early B&O hub

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Sykesville Station, West Side of Main Street, Sykesville, Carroll County, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Downtown Salamanca Passenger Station, Salamanca, Cattaraugus County, NY

Railroad executives meet in emergency session. Washington, D.C., March 11. Leading executive of the railroad industry met here today in emergency session to study what they describe as the most critical financial condition in railroad history. During the meeting the executives, all members of the Association of American Railroads, considered a proposed new "National Railway Policy" as a solution to their financial problems. Left to right: (seated) Carl R. Gray, Vice-Chairman, Board of directors, Union Pacific Railroad; J.M. Kurn, Trustee, St. Louis-San Francisco Railway; C.E. Denney, President, Erie Railroad; E.S. French, President, Boston and Main Railroad; E.M. Durham, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway; and Daniel Willard, President, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Standing, left to right: S.T. Bledsoe, President, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway; George B. Elliott, President, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; Hale Holden, Chairman, Southern Pacific; M.W. Clement, President, Pennsylvania Railroad; J.B. Hill, President, Louisville and Nashville Railroad; F.E. Williamson, President, Grand Central System; J.J. Pelley, Chairman (ex-officio) Association of Amn. Railroads; E.E. Norris, President, Southern Railway; and J.J. Forster, Sec. and Treas. Assoc. of Amn. Railroads, 3/11/38

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Patterson Viaduct, West Bank of Patapsco River, near Ilchester Bridge, Ilchester, Howard County, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Harpers Ferry Tunnel, North bank of Potomac River, opposite Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Mount Clare Station, 500 block West Pratt Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, Blue Ridge Tunnel, Highway 250 at Rockfish Gap, Afton, Nelson County, VA

Q Tower, East side of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, South of Hyndman, Hyndman, Bedford County, PA

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Ilchester Tunnel, East side of Patapsco River, Ilchester, Howard County, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Viaduct, Spanning Patapsco River, Ilchester, Howard County, MD

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 09, 1862 (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Robert C. Schenck to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 05, 1863 (Telegram reporting Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has been repaired)

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 09, 1862 (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Robert C. Schenck to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 05, 1863 (Telegram reporting Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has been repaired)

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 09, 1862 (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad)

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 09, 1862 (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad)

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 09, 1862 (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad)

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Jedediah Hotchkiss Papers: Subject File, circa 1835-1899; Potomac and Ohio Railroad, circa 1895

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Camden Station, South side of Camden Street between Eutaw & Howard Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD