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TrainWeb.org Hosted Websites
That Start With The Letter "O"
Sorted by URL and not by title.
- ★ = Active website noted for volume & quality of information & photos.
- ☆ = Inactive website noted for archival information & photos.
- ☡ = Caution - functioning website but exhibiting some technical problems.
- Δ = New website under construction. Might be empty of content.
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- ★★★ B&O RR Photo Tours
www.trainweb.org/oldmainline - B&O RR Photo Tours
Virtual tours of the Baltimore and Ohio (now CSX) railroad. Over 2000 Photos, Over 15 Years, B&O Old Main Line Tour, The OML is the route of the first commercial railroad in the United States as it pushed west from Baltimore, MD to the Ohio River. It was constructed largely by hand between 1828 and 1835, and amazingly, continues in active railroading use even now. Voted top B&O history web site...
- ★ Old Time Trains
www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains - Old Time Trains
Canadian Railway History and Stories - Preserving Our Railway Heritage. The road to knowledge begins with the turn of the page. Formed in May 1967 by R.L.Kennedy as successor to RAILFANS UNLIMITED. At this time a new direction was taken, whereas previously steam excursions were the main activity (along with a small newsletter covering C.P.R. Toronto motive power), interest now turned to preservation...
- ☡ omaha
- ★ Outside The Rails
- ★ Ottawa Valley Live Steamers
www.trainweb.org/ovlsme - Ottawa Valley Live Steamers
and Model Engineers. Founded in 1978, interests include building and operating large scale outdoor model locomotives, traction engines, hot air engines, steam boats, stationary engines, clocks, workshop equipment and other related topics. New members are welcome...
- ☆ RailLink Photo Archives
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