What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: This strange critter is an Atlas Car Pusher. Built in 1920, this electric 3'6" gauge car pusher drew power from a third rail centered between the rai... (more)
A look down the tracks from the fireman's side of PRR 643.
The crew of PRR M1b 6755 goes over their orders before departure. A Lerro Productions event.
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.
The 4879 was the last GG1 in service, circa 1983. Good news is that the United Railroad Historical Society is restoring the 4879. Contractor StarTrak is handling the task. The unit will finished i... (more)
Westbound Pennsylvania Railroad F7A-B-A #9792 with 98 boxcars of merchandise near Altoona, PA. Note the coupler covers on the lead unit, and the Pennsy style roof top induction antenna on the ... (more)
Pennsylvania E8A # 5809 eases a few matching passenger cars through the junction and yard limits at Spencer.
The CSAO OI-2, 117th meeting rail tour of the American Association of Railroad Superintendents, is seen in Jersey City as it rounds the curve at CP Marion, as the train runs from Croxton Yard back... (more)
PRR E8 5809 with the excursion train at the Streamliners event in Spencer, NC
The historic Salisbury station has served many Southern and now Amtrak passenger trains of the past however on this day a Pennsylvania Railroad painted E8 passes by as part of the Spencer Streamli... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad E8A 5809 leads an excursion train from Spencer to Atlanta at Salisbury, NC
The Friday night photo session is starting to wind down, with the Pennsylvania 5711 having its engine and lights turned off. Nothing like feeling you have been transported back in time to the 195... (more)
An early morning rain runs down the nose of the Juniata Terminal's former PRR E8. See more of my work at www.vidivides.com
One of the Pennsylvania E8s leads a short passenger train south out of Spencer.
One of the Pennsylvania E units poses in front of Barber Junction with a passenger train.