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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (Railroad Color History) (2000)

by Kirk Reynolds, Dave Oroszi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0760307466, Paperback)

The first stone was layed for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad on July 4, 1828, in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. Twenty-four years later, on December 24, 1852, the B&O linked Baltimore with the Ohio River. Baltimore & Ohio Railroads takes you on a colorful journey through the hard-working history of the B&O Railroad, famous for its great passenger trains, including the Capital Limited and the National Limited, innovative technology, and aesthetic equipment.

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