1927 Baltimore Ohio Railroad History on DVD
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was one of the oldest railroads in the United States and the first common carrier railroad. It came into
being mostly because the city of Baltimore wanted to compete with the newly constructed Erie Canal (which served New York City) and another
canal being proposed by Pennsylvania, which would have connected Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. At first this railroad was located entirely in
the state of Maryland with an original line from the port of Baltimore west to Sandy Hook.
This historical book from 1927, provides a rare insight into the railroads first one hundred years (1827 - 1927), its history,
locomotives, rolling stock, buildings, track design, etc.
You can easily view or print out a hard copy of this rare book right from your computer, for only a fraction of the cost of the original.
Sample thumbnails taken from the collection.
(Low resolution thumbnails - CD/DVD images are scanned at 300 DPI)