GG-1 4886 (Altoona-GE, 3-39) and a sister are starting their trek down the old PRR "Port Road" in the last year of GG1-powered freights. The line above the train is the now-abandoned At... (more)
For most of its existence between 1912 and 1995, the Broadway Limited was the premier train on the Pennsylvania RR route between Chicago and New York. Bound for Penn Station on a steamy morning wi... (more)
GG-1 No. 901 (Altoona / Westinghouse, April, 1940) is leading the National Limited westbound to its next stop in Harrisburg, in this scene from the summer of 1976. Note the PRR 152-lb jointed rai... (more)
A couple of GG-1s heading down the Port Road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 #4935 in its Brunswick Green. It is one of 15 remaining PRR GG1 locomotives, and one of two at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
PRR GG1 4913 sits on the turn table at the Railroader's Memorial Museum while the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral towers in the background.
A relatively rare clean-nose GG-1 leads a train of Heritage cars southbound on the center track at Aberdeen. It's the spring of 1978, and the Penn Central station sign still adorns the Aberdeen s... (more)
For decades, the PRR end of the Northeast Corridor meant a steady parade of GG1-powered trains. Here Penn Central 4870 has just left Newark on its way to Penn Station, as seen from the platform of... (more)
A freight rolls thru the Elizabeth Station with 3 GG-1's on the head end. Date is approximate.
As the winter sun drops low, a pair of Penn Central GG1s speed north through Monmouth Junction, NJ, with a Washington-New York express. Off in the distance are an approaching pair of Jersey Arrow ... (more)
GG-1 4877 going eastbound and is approaching Rahway station. It's pulling thirteen passenger coaches with the "club" car on the rear.
Morning rush hour in Elizabeth. Eastbound GG-1 4877 is coming out of the ess curve.
Eastbound GG-1 4879 passes through Rahway as eastbound and westbound Jersey Arrows pickup local commuters.
Midday train bound for Bay Head makes a quick stop in Woodbridge.