The "boys" and the local citizenry are starting to gather round the just-arrived Pennsy K4 and its train. Excursion passengers were not allowed to ride on the Conrail mainline at that time, so th... (more)
The Pennsy K4 is dwarfed by the non-conventional signal bridge near CP ALTO, as it crosses over to return to the museum after a trip to Bellefonte.
A Pennsy Atlantic on the old Western Maryland- the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, the Strasburg Rail Road, and CSX cooperate to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Ad... (more)
Pennsy M1b No. 6755 (Altoona, 1930) is looking a bit forlorn without a sand dome, among other things. Hopefully, better days are ahead, with a new roundhouse in the planning stages, and funds ava... (more)
The Pennsy K4 and M1, jacketless for some time, are weathering the elements in the first major snowfall of December, 2017. There is hope for progress in the future; restoration funds have been ra... (more)
20A stalled coming up the West Slope due to an engine failure which then bunched up the east bounds. A helper set was sent to rescue the distressed train. Once together they continued east and her... (more)
The Pennsy K4 is oozing steam from every pore as its crew makes some adjustments. A live steam locomotive seems to exert an almost magnetic effect on the young and old alike.
The Pennsylvania Railroad's No. 4890 (Altoona-GE, March, 1940) was looking pretty good here at the B&O Museum in 1991. Author Karl R. Zimmermann, in his book "The Remarkable GG1" said of this pai... (more)
PRR 1361 prepares to leave Duncansville on an Altoona-Duncansville excursion.
The boys are walking the Pennsy K4 around the wye, eyeing the rails. It's good no one was looking at the front driver, which seems to be "on edge." She made it around OK, though.
Bennett Levin's E8s lead an excursion past the Pitcairn intermodal facility in route to Pittsburgh.
Pennsy K4s No. 1361 is pulling its tool car through the wye at Bellefonte, after having arrived from Vail with an excursion train.
PRR (E6) #460 during her dedication ceremony at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. The "EA" (Eastern Division) & "CTE" (Camden Terminal Enginehouse) lettering on her pilot re... (more)
PRR (E6) #460 The "Lindbergh Engine" in the locomotive restoration shop at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, exactly 11 months prior to the day of her dedication.
PRR K4s No. 1361 is highballing along with eight cars in tow, on its way back to Altoona.