Locomotives: Below are five Dean Heacock pictures
of random Chessie units. The first is a GP30M. Notice the B&O
Blue painted unit behind it. This is VERY common in the Chessie era
to see different painted units in the same train. The next is an
old B&O GP7. The B&O bought these engines and designated
the longer hood as the front. All Chessie engines have the Ches-C
logo on the front end. Note again the blue C&O unit in front
Below are two more Dean Heacock pics. The first is a WM Circus scheme. The second is one of four TORCO engines. 7800-7803 were stationed in Toledo but made there way to Cumberland for maintenance.
Another two Dean Heacock pics. The first one of the one of kind painted GM50. Yes, it is ALL gold. The lettering is dark blue, the lighting in this pic makes it appear black. The next is the original WM speed scheme.
Below are two more Dean Heacock pics. The first is the classic Chessie engine, a GP40-2. This is the first WM GP40-2 and is typical of WM Chessie paint jobs. The next pic is of a predecessor paint scheme of the C&O. Notice that the engine behind 5904 is a B&O unit. It was very common to see each of the railroads intermixing their engines.
This is also a Dean Heacock pic below. It is of a former C&O engine that was "sold" to the B&O. Notice that the words "Chesepeake & Ohio" can barely be seen under the large "B&O".