Railroading as it Once Was: When Chessie Ran Steam Trains to Promote Railroad Safety

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Chesapeake & Ohio No. 614 departs Connellsville, Pennsylvania, in September 1980 with a Chessie Safety Express. Even with a bright yellow train this was still a show. Note the original station behind the 11th car.

Photograph by Roger Durfee

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One Response to “Railroading as it Once Was: When Chessie Ran Steam Trains to Promote Railroad Safety”

  1. Bob Says:

    That was quite a trip. Thanks for the memory.
    Bob

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