William Mason out for a run (Notice that the number board on the smokebox is changed or replaced for a handle that opens it.)
No. 25 being towed by BOMX No. 1200 an EMD SW7
William Mason is under overhaul in 2013
William Mason with the PRR's "Torpedo" K4s steam locomotive and the replica of the "Best Friend of Charleston".
Baltimore and Ohio No. 25 at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
William Mason at Chicago RR Fair 1948.
William Mason at Chicago RR Fair for a test run.
The locomotive at the cornfield in the Wild Wild West film.
The tender as seen in the "Wild Wild West" film.
The number board of the locomotive (the number board, No. 5 is for the movie.)
The cab of the locomotive.
the locomotive's headlight
William Mason's smokestack
The smokebox of the locomotive
The wheels of the locomotive
The frontview of the locomotive
William Mason in "Wild Wild West"
William Mason in "The Great Locomotive Chase"
William Mason in "Raintree County"
William Mason in "Tuck Everlasting"
William Mason in "Gods and Generals"
William Mason with deer horns on the headlight.
William Mason is hauling a passenger train
William Mason is pulling the 1865 funeral train
William Mason is hauling the regular train of the Strasburg Railroad
William Mason at the Strasburg Railroad Museum.
William Mason plays a role as the Western and Atlantic 'General' in the movie "The Great Locomotive Chase"
William Mason plays a role as the "Wanderer" in the movie "Wild Wild West"
William Mason with a Strasburg Railroad coach
William Mason with all the other 4 locomotives
William Mason with St. Elizabeth's Hospital No. 4
William Mason with Strasburg No. 90
William Mason with B&O No. 6405
William Mason with Tom Thumb, and Lafayette
William Mason return from Camp Carroll and a Civil War Encampment in 1993.
No. 25 on the roundhouse turntable in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum.
William Mason is racing with the other engines at the Chicago RR Fair.
The William Mason and the Inyo in the Behind the Scenes of "The Great Locomotive Chase"
William Mason is loaded on a flatcar
William Mason is being towed by a diesel locomotive No. 212
William Mason with PRR No. 3768
William Mason is at the 1940 New York World's Fair Black and White Color
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