C&O 614 Encore

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The big 4-8-4 Lima product making a full season of excursions for Chessie System. Coverage starts in Cincinnati with trips to Louisville, and to Columbus, then heads to Virginia and the Mountain Division.

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Big Lima-built 4-8-4 #614 rules the rails for the Chessie System. Our late 1970s, early 1980s coverage starts in Cincinnati with trips to Louisville, and to Columbus, then heads to Virginia and the Mountain Division. We finish up with 4 days of Huntington to Hinton trips in the fall which were the final excursions for the engine under the Chessie sponsorship.

This is a rare look at steam on CSX rails, and former Louisville and Nashville lines.

After Louisville we chase a one-way from Cincinnati headed to Columbus and get some nice action there on the former B&O tracks. We then venture to Virginia and catch 614 battle Afton Mountain a steep grade then tops off in a tunnel under the Blue Ridge Parkway. The final excursion we see is the last one operated by 614 on Chessie Steam Excursions.

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1 review for C&O 614 Encore

  1. rickyfreni

    In the second installment of the 614 trilogy, there are some clips from the revival video, as well as stills of 614 which includes one for the family lines logo on the tender, the other from Cincinnati to Lima with the local channel 5 tv station. Next 614 is making a battle up the bank lick creek trestle. As well as through afton mountain, the Huntington to Hinton West Virginia new river train, as well as more trips in Ohio and Kentucky, which includes some chessie system freights and a 4th wall that was broke. Not to mention Greg recording with one hand on the steering wheel and the camera on the other as he is trying to pickup his wife (kathi) and brother (Randy). The program comes to a close with some clips of 614 from one of Greg’s very first programs in January of 1985.

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