Richard L Wonson loved shooting postcard-sized negatives and always used a tripod to insure steadiness. Here he’s recorded a PCC that has just crossed the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad at Stony Creek... (more)
The late Richard L Wonson carefully set up his tripod and mounted his camera to record scenes on postcard-sized negatives. Here many Johnstown fixtures of the 1950s are visible as the community w... (more)
Johnstown 353 waits on the Atwood St Bridge for 487 portraits to be made (well, it always seems like that on an excursion). Then it will be off to its next photo location a few yards up the way. ... (more)
Another view from one of Richard L Wonson’s postcard-sized negatives. Woolworth’s and Kresge’s were open and viable, and yet another downtown theater is in full operation. No sign of Wal-Mart or... (more)
A rarety in Johnstown is finding a PCC without the ubiquitous Pepsi cap on the front. Benjamin A Dover photo.
Amtrak's eastbound Pennsylvanian is "on the advertised" as it accelerates away from its station stop in Johnstown, PA. Visible in the distance is the Johnstown Incline, which can accommodate your ... (more)
All black, all the time. That is the way I like it when it comes to the MAC's, and thankfully the blue abominations should be gone for good in the near future. Here a pair of the former Conrail be... (more)
The C&BL is a difficult short line to shoot; its early morning start and high valley walls make it rough to get some good light. Luckily, it was those two factors that made this shot possible.
The 'Johnstown Jet' has just finished up its working the C&BL interchange and the Pepsi Distribution center. Its seen here heading home to Rockwood.
A pair of ES40DC's lead 13N over the Conemaugh River.
The second section of the westbound mixed freight 19G, rolls across the Conemaugh River with a pretty beat up ex-LMS leader.
We didn't expect to see this as we were driving around looking for the CSX D703.
The Rockwood Switcher heads south from Johnstown back to Rockwood.