All panned up and nowhere to go: Eight months after its delivery to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, former Amtrak GG1 4935 has settled into its new home. Showing the wear of several years of... (more)
Three of a kind - For a few years, there were three GG1's at the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum in Strasburg. On this day, PRR 4800, or "old rivets", the original GG1, and Conrail 4859 wer... (more)
Of all the GG1s that have been "saved" around the country, I believe this is the only one to wear the Amtrak Phase I scheme. This is a prototypical scheme for this unit, and is what it last wor... (more)
Look at all bygones. Cars on open railcars. Electric freight on a major railroad. Railfans have been accused of living in the past. Maybe we just notice change more than others. I cherish thi... (more)
Conrail's bicentennial painted GG-1 leads an Amtrak train east out of the terminal Harrisburg. This Kodachrome was processed in October 1976. Any information on this train would be appreciated!
"Old Rivets", the original PRR GG1, has recently been restored to its 1935 appearance, and its three-month-old paint is gleaming. Today, sister 4935, repainted to PRR livery by Amtrak in... (more)
Three Conrail GG-1's 4836-4862-4818, lead a south bound freight on the NEC at Linden, NJ. 12-29-1977
Conrail GG-1's 4851-4859, is south bound with train VW-1, at South Brunswick, NJ. 10/22/1977
ex-PRR GG1's are south bound just out of Newark NJ station, and passing Hunter Tower. It will be heading down the NY&LB to Bayhead. NJT 4873-4879, Newark, NJ. 6/12/1982
36 Years ago today!!!!
Conrail GG-1's 4806-4865 are south bound on the NEC with train CRWA-7, at Clonia, NJ. 1/27/1979
Amtrak GG-1's 909-918, are south bound on the NEC at Menlo Park, NJ. 4-22-1977
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"Riding the Move"
The brakeman of the NJ Transit crew rides the pilot of the massive GG1 on the rear end of the move. The crew is pulling the monster back out onto the ma... (more)
Rusting and pretty much abandoned, a Conrail GG-1 sits in Cooperstown junction on a chilly December morning.
PRR GG1 #4859 sits about a 1,000 ft from the Harrisburg Transportation Center, currently protected under a tarp while Amtrak performs renovation work on the station's catenary, signals, switches a... (more)