« PreviousContinue »
THE BALTIMORE & OHIO
Capital of the United States
THE PROGRESS MADE IN
Three-Quarters of a Century in American Locomotive Building
The Mallet Articulated Compound Locomotive, the largest locomotive in the world, built for heavy freight trains of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Weight, 334,000 pounds, without fuel or water.
The Atlantic Type of Passenger Locomotive, used for the Fast
Express Train Service of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
One of the first locomotives used on the Baltimore & Ohio Rail
road for general purposes. Weight, 31.450 pounds.
The Royal Blue Line
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
SPLENDID ROYAL BLUE LINE COACHES. PULLMAN
SCHEDULES EASY TO REMEMBER
“EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR” FROM WASHINGTON TO BALTIMORE
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. RETURNING IN LIKE MANNER “EVERY OTHER HOUR on the ODD HOUR" to PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
ADDITIONAL TRAINS AT 8.00 P. M., 11.30 P. M. AND 2.57 A. M.
“EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR” FROM NEW YORK TO PHILADELPHIA
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. RETURNING IN LIKE MANNER ADDITIONAL TRAINS FROM NEW YORK AT 7.30 P. M., 12.15 NIGHT AND 4.30 a. M. “EVERY OTHER HOUR on the EVEN HOUR"
to BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON ADDITIONAL TRAINS AT 7.00 P. M. AND 12.15 NIGHT
FROM POINTS EAST OF OHIO RIVER. Tickets will be sold from July 1 to July 3 inclu., gocd returning until July 10, 1905, inclu.
FROM POINTS WEST OF OHIO RIVER. Tickets will be sold from June 29 to July 2, inclu., good returning until July 10, 1905, inclu.
STOP-OVERS AND EXTENSION OF RETURN LIMIT. For full details concerning stop-overs at New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washiogton, Deer Park, Mountain Lake Park and Oakland, and extension of return limit, call on or address the nearest ticket agent of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.