Last update 4/2/2015
Trackside phone (410) 448-0730
We are a Non-Profit Live Steam Club in Baltimore Maryland located in Leakin Park on Windsor Mill Road. (Map & Directions) (For other links in Maryland try the DCpages, or Marylandinfo.com). Our public run days are the Second Sunday of each month from April to November from 11:00am to 3:30pm. (Click here for Calendar) The rides are free and there are picnic tables nearby for those who wish to make a day of it. Our track consists of (depending on who measures) 3200ft-3400ft, 7-1/2" double tracked main line, 1630ft of 4-3/4" on the ground, and 1050ft of elevated 4-3/4" and 3-1/2" track located on about 11.5 acres. Click here for an aerial view
Andrew Dodge prepares to leave the station on his Mogul. Photo by Brett Hall
· Updated with video Member photo section
· CALS Flyer in PDF format
· CALS Operating regs. Updated 2012 In PDF format
· Tales of a Beginner What is it like to run a steamer for the first time.
· What is it and how does it work Explanation of what all that stuff on a locomotive does.
· Questions from Trackside Questions and answers that you want to know.
· Coming CALS Events Other events on and off site where we can be found.
· Model Boiler Code for Maryland The CALS worked closely with the State to develop these guidelines.
· Click here for Info on Member Engines
Jim Carpenter at the throttle of B&O Pacific 5301, the President Adams, taken at Leakin Park, Baltimore, MD, during the Mothers' Day public operating session of the Chesapeake & Allegheny Live Steamers, May 11, 2008. Photo by Glenn McComas
Mike Russo and his son Nick on Mike's Hudson
CSX with a full load. Photo by Brett Hall
Paul Seyfrit on Wendy
Photo by Brett Hall
Created by Paul Seyfrit on Jan 12, 1996.
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