The SW works the mail and express cars under the terminal. PRR class ES6 Ansco Color original
The photographer rode this train from Pittsburgh, and due to station dwell time was able to get up front and record this scene. PRR's second order of E8's from EMD came in Tuscan Red, #5701 was t... (more)
Service tracks downtown under the 28th St. bridge was where Alco "roadswitchers" used in commuter service were found (see coach yard in the distance), along with those "geeps" (General Purpose) en... (more)
The 28th St. bridge spanned service tracks that hosted commuter power. Today this is parking lots and the Busway at this spot.
As viewed from the 28th St. bridge, service tracks and a yard office hosted a pair of 1st generation diesel classics for commuter and local service. The view below this bridge today is vastly dif... (more)
Rock Island 652 specially painted for the bicentennial slows for a station stop at the Geneseo depot on the way to Chicago from Rock Island.
It's train time at Steubenville! While locals watch express and baggage being unloaded at it's stop along the Panhandle, a photo is captured of 1953 life in America. For the rivet counters, this... (more)
The Fort Pitt is readied for departure to Chicago under the open canopy at the downtown terminal due to construction. Click on "more" (above, after "PRR 5804") for the head-end view of this engin... (more)
On the Panhandle side Passenger Terminal trackage downtown a SW1 makes a move from the adjacent Post Office handling mail cars. PRR Class ES6.
A train waits on track #15 while a work gang tackles trackwork on adjacent rails in the open shed of the Pittsburgh terminal, June 1953. PRR was in the process of renovating the station platforms... (more)
A westbound in Brunswick Green and gold pinstripes gets ready to head out of the canyons of downtown along the Panhandle line. PRR Class EP44. An Ansco Color original. Today, an underground LRV li... (more)
Reading Pacifics were serviced at Camden Terminal Enginehouse. Reading Class G2sa, built 1926.
More of [Roundhouse Foreman] Mr. Cherry's steam engines, in action at Camden Terminal Enginehouse.. PRR Class G5s.
A couple of [Roundhouse Foreman] Mr. Cherry's steam engines get serviced at Camden Terminal Enginehouse. He was accommodating to the young men with cameras. PRR Class B6sb.
#447 is readied at Camden Terminal. PRR Class L1s.