Hurricane Eloise's flooding of the Harrisburg substation has displaced the usual GG-1 on Train 30 with an A-B-B set of E-Units under the wires.
I know this paint job was unpopular with a lot of fans, but it was my favorite Amtrak-era GG-1 paint scheme. Only 7 units were painted like this, and it added some color on drab days. Although- ... (more)
GMD-built No. 199 is seen here in early-90s Keystone Service, crossing the old PRR arch bridge east of Lancaster. This unit was built in the mid-60s for Toronto's GO Transit, sold to Amtrak in 19... (more)
"Sunset On The Abingdon Branch"
Strasburg's 475 dressed as N&W 382 for a Lerro Productions charter returns to the yard beneath an autumn sunset.
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Amtrak westbound Pennsylvanian rolls into the Lancaster station.
Amtrak's Autumn Express prepares to depart Lancaster with a tripleheader of sorts- the Phase III Heritage Unit, the diesel Veterans Unit No. 42, and the electric Veterans Unit No. 642, leading Fir... (more)
Amtrak Pennsylvanian WB train 42 approach Lancaster Station passing the venerable PRR color position light signals guarding the station complex on both east and west ends. The next stop is Harrisb... (more)
Amtrak Pennsylvanian EB train 42 at Lancaster Station stop with Engineer and Conductor reviewing their orders and timetable.
With an approach-medium on the cab signal above his right elbow, the Broadway Limited's engineer starts his train west for the next stop in Harrisburg. PRR cab signals could only display four asp... (more)
New Holland Branch action, with one of Conrail's 100 GP15-1s in the lead, switching the R.R. Donnelley siding. These locomotives had a bit of a "tunnel motor" appearance, with the see-t... (more)
Earl Knoob feeds the belly of the beast, former Great Western 2-10-0 #90.
The fleet on the Road to Paradise prepares for a two-train day.
SRC #90 lumbers ahead in the sunset sun on a gorgeous summer evening.
In the sunset lighting, SRC #90 climbs and peaks Cherry Hill at Esbenshade Crossing.
NW 475 Picks up a loaded flat for delivery. This scene shot during the Rolling Thunder Event at Strassburg Railroad