As I've mentioned below, last week my friend Bob and I visited the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD. It's an absolutely terrific place for a railfan, with lots and lots of old steamers showing the progression of the iron horse through the years. They've done a superb job of restoring the museum after the roof collapsed under a blizzard's snow some years ago. When we visited last year, there were three old steamers behind glass waiting to be restored; this year there were only two. I've posted a bunch of photos on the B&O Railroad Museum page of my web site, which now has photos from all three of our visits there. The photo below is almost iconic, showing the C&O H6 articulated locomotive (looking almost insectoid with all of the acouterments on the front of the smokebox and the protruding number plates) with the roundhouse in the background.