The Pennsy E8's leave Chicago after National Train Day to head back out East and home.
A clean PRR E7 sits next to the engine house in the late afternoon at S. Amboy. Notice the metal bands on the grille behind the cab door that carried part of the as-delivered five stripe color sch... (more)
E7 Heaven. Two rows of E7 units sit ready in the late afternoon at South Amboy. It was my first visit to the NY&LB in seven years and it appears that the oddball Alco PA units and Baldwin Sharks h... (more)
The Pennsy E Units continue east as the pass under a NYC style G signal bridge just west of La Porte.
The Pennsy E Units pass through the steel bridges at South Chicago on their way home to Philadelphia.
The Pennsy E Units depart Chicago on a beautiful Sunday morning after attending National Train Day in Chicago.
The Amtrak Special heading eastbound passed the Latrobe Station platform.
Thought I gave myself enough time to set up and catch the PRR train coming back from Chicago Train Days, but I only had enough time to get out of the car and snap this. She was cruising!
PRR 5244 was assigned duties on the PRR-controlled Union Transportation Co. for a number of years before the end of steam.
Taking on Fuel in Toledo.
After a brief visit in Chicago for National Train Day, this handsome PRR passenger set heads east for home, and is about to cross the CNIC at 21st Street.
Amtrak 068 speacial speeds past MP-417 on track 2 at nearly 70 mph on the NS ex NYC Chicago Line bound for Toledo and point east.
The Pennsy E8's fly over the NS Cleveland District and the RTA Red Line on their return trip to Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania painted E-8s led by 5711 pass the ex NYC signal bridge at La Porte, Indiana at CP 466 just a couple hours out of Chicago.
PRR 5711, at the point of "The Fleet Leader" Rests with the train in Penn Station in Pittsburgh beside an axle from an Amtrak passenger car.