Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad 2025 Calendar

Running the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad meant big trains operating through challenging terrain, but the railroad made it work with smart engineering and impressive steam. The B&O Railroad 2025 calendar features a range of engines and named trains from engine 5040, a Class P-1d Pacific (4-6-2), 6219, a  Big Six (2-10-2), 7156, a Class EL-5a (2-8-8-0), 6168, a Class S-1 Santa Fe type (2-10-2), and much more. Ride the B & O all through 2025.

This 2025 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | Superb printing quality | Heavy 100-pound paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size


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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad locomotives and named trains featured include:

~ Engine 5583, a Class T-3b Mountain (4-8-2) leading a freight westbound up Sand Patch at Bracken, PA on January 14, 1956.

~ A pair of F-7A’s, two of 159 purchased from EMD between 1948 and 1952, lead a westbound freight at Green Spring, WV on February 27, 1953.

~ Baltimore and Ohio 5040, a Class P-1d Pacific (4-6-2), is in charge of Train #22, the eastbound Washingtonian on March 26, 1952.

~ Big Six (2-10-2) 6219 is bringing a westbound freight around the horseshoe curve at Mance, PA on April 21, 1954.

~ At the Grafton, WV engine terminal, on May 27, 1954, 4462, a Class Q-4b Mikado (2-8-2) is in the foreground, and F-7A 277 is on the turntable. There are about 20 steam locomotives and eight diesels in this view.

~ B&O 7156, a Class EL-5a 2-8-8-0, is passing 4308, a Class Q-1t 2-8-2 Mikado built in 1913, on June 15, 1952 at Cumberland, MD. 7156 has a westbound freight in tow.

~ Baltimore and Ohio 4404, a Class Q-4 Mikado 2-8-2, and a Class S-1a Santa Fe 2-10-2 are on a westbound coal train on Sand Patch Grade in July 1951.

~ A Model S-2 switcher built for B&O by the American Locomotive Company in 1943, is waiting a call at Chicago, IL on August 20, 1961.

~ Baltimore and Ohio 6576, one of 174 Class GP-9’s built by EMD, is on a local freight in Bethesda, MD on September 4, 1973.

~ A Class S-1 Santa Fe type (2-10-2) 6168 is a point helper for 7105 (Class EL-1a, 2-8- 8-0) working a westbound empty reefer train up Sand Patch on October 10, 1949.

~ B&O 7626, a Class EM-1 Yellowstone (2-8-8-4) leads a westbound freight along the Potomac River at Hansrote, WV in November 1952.

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Tide-mark publishes a notable group of train calendars featuring classic images of steam locomotives and great named trains of railroads across the United States. Calendar titles for 2025 include: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Denver Rio Grande Railroad in Colorado Narrow Gauge, Gulf Mobile & Ohio, Illinois Central, Milwaukee Road, New York Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Rock Island, Santa Fe Railway, the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific. Classic trains are also pictured in Great Trains featuring paintings by artist Gil Bennett and in Howard Fogg’s Trains. Contemporary trains are the focus of the Railroading! calendar that offers 24 spectacular full-color images of trains from across North America. Tide-mark also publishes the Streetcars and Trolleys calendar with classic images from a wide range of cities in the U.S.

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Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 14 × 11 × .25 in