Pennsylvania Railroad K4s 4-6-2 #3750
PRR No. 3750 was built in 1918 by the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona. It was originally designated as a K4 until superheated, hence the change... (more)
SRC #89, serving as a U.S. Transportation Corps locomotive, glimmers as she heads home with important supplies and men for the war effort on the Homefront.
Passenger train workhorses out to pasture at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
From left to right:Amtrak's AEM-7 No. 915 built in 1981, retired 2015. PRR GG1 No. 4800, built... (more)
Nickel Plate #757 sits at the rear of Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania by the restoration pending its move to the Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum in Bellevue, Ohio.
Built by Lima in 1944, NKP #... (more)
A line up of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's outdoor locomotives featuring from right to left; PRR 2-8-0 No. 7688 (tender first), PRR 4-8-2 No. 6755, PRR 4-6-2 No. 3750, and in the front yar... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad M1b 4-8-2 #6755
PRR No. 6755 was built in 1930 by the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona. It was originally an M1a class but converted along with 38 others M1a c... (more)
WW2 reenactors prepare SRC #89 for an evening out on the line hauling the Red Ball Express.
PRR Class H10 2-8-0 #7688
PRR #7688 is one of a total of three 2-8-0 PRR survivors on display at the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. This Consolidation was built in 1915 and represents ... (more)
Former Great Western decapod #90 blasts out of Groff's Grove from a standstill during a two train operation day on the Road to Paradise.
Passing the Pumpkinville Turnpike, #89 is en route for East Strasburg with a vintage freight train.
The wayback machine - and the war effort - is alive and well during a Lerro Productions fundraising charter on the Road to Paradise.
Lehigh Valley Railroad RDC-1 No. 40, one of only two RDC-1's that the railroad owned, was built in 1951 by the Budd Company and is preserved at the RRMofPA. The rail diesel car, after serving the... (more)
Bethlehem Steel MU No. 800
"On July 26, 1931, regularly scheduled, electric train service began to suburban Philadelphia communities, and electric multiple-unit passenger cars w... (more)
The stars and stripes atop #89 wave in the breeze as the Strasburg Rail Road commemorates Memorial Day 2018 by re-dressing Canadian National Mogul #89 into a U.S. Transportation Corps locomotive.
#89 is on the move, as she quickly approaches Carpenter's crossing hauling a vintage freight, on a beautiful late spring afternoon.