Amtrak Heritage P42 No. 145 leads train 43, the Pennsylvanian at the Altoona station on a rainy August day.
Snow was covering the ground when Chesapeake and Ohio 4-6-4 number 305 was positioned for the photographer. This Baldwin Locomotive Works builders photo card is from the J. R. Doughty collection.
Spring has bought lush green foliage back to the hills around the Susquehanna River as a westbound Conrail COFC train rolls through Aqueduct, Pennsylvania.
The helpers on westbound 25Z enter the cut at Ardara, Pa.
An ex Reading SW 1001 is on a cut at Reading's Darby Creek Yard, just south of the Philadelphia International Airport.
Westbound pigs roll along the Susquehanna River on Conrail’s Middle Division at Aqueduct, Pennsylvania.
When my brother and I organized our father's estate, we came across some Baldwin Locomotive Works builder cards that we did not know he had. His Uncle Robert S. McKee, who was a design engineer a... (more)
Somewhere on the Middle Division...
Trees, mountains, and hills are all a blur as Amtrak's Pennsylvanian cuts though the Pennsylvania landscape. This is a 3 second exposure using a Neutral Den... (more)
Westbound hoppers rattle the windows of Conrail’s former PRR depot at Duncannon, PA.
For my 500th entry: Part of the 2017 annual "Railfan Day" at Steam Into History. This year I was asked to help provide lighting for the event and had a mission to make it more realistic ... (more)
The eastbound Pennsylvanian, 04T, rolls through Lilly, Pa.
Reading and Northern Office Car Special heads south to Jim Thorpe passing Glen Summit Water Company in Mountain Top PA.
A pair of helpers on an eastbound mixed freight rolls through Keystone, PA.