Closeup on southbound one of last two E33s left , all others were scrapped years ago. On its way to Altoona to be restored for a museum.
Conrail acquired 10 PC class E33 electrics numbered 4600-... (more)
In urban regions, obtaining a right of way for public utilities can require some creative engineering. This was the case when the Philadelphia Electric Company developed its 220 kilovolt system in... (more)
Two ex-New York Central rotary plows survived into Conrail’s roster. The first, NYC X-659, built by Leslie in 1889, became PC/Conrail 64599 and survives unrestored in the Buffalo area. The second... (more)
On a cold, rainy April morning, an eastbound Conrail freight waits for a westbound D&H train to arrive in Lehighton. As soon as D&H train clears, the dispatcher will give the train, lead by an ex-... (more)
An eastbound freight exits the middle of the three tunnels near the Mason-Dixon Line on the Columbia & Port Deposit Branch. Frazier Tunnel is 1/10 mile below the PA-MD border; about 3 miles south ... (more)