"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)
Two PC GG-1 electrics rush a Flexi-Van mail train (with caboose) northbound just before sunset. Deans is about halfway between Princeton Junction and New Brunswick (Kodachrome X, significant cro... (more)
GG1's in the night- URHS 2014 photoshoot
Even under cloudy skies PRR GG1 4879 looks splendid in the single stripe scheme.
South Amboy time warp? By the time NJ Transit painted some of its E8s in the attractive blue and silver, the GG1 fleet was relegated to banged up Penn Central black. But thanks to the United Railr... (more)
Two old buddies are sticking around to show the young ones what life was like in the recent past of New Jersey railroading.
Double Gs (and an E). Thanks to the efforts of the United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey and Star Trak, Inc., the hills of northern New Jersey is the only place to see two cosmet... (more)
NJ DOT E-8 4253 next to the newly restored GG-1 4879.
This old GG-1 fan's fun meter is pinned. The United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey based in Boonton NJ has pulled off the amazing feat of cosmetically restoring in the space of a year, ... (more)
Newly restored Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 4879, poses next to 4877, at the United Railroad Historical Society Boonton restoration yard.
Army-Navy football specials are lined up in the yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
G's are stacked up with Army-Navy trains, laying over in the yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
Sunrise casts a golden glow over "Old Rivets" as it proudly sits in the yard along with other classics from Pennsy's Golden Age of Railroading.