Modern 4-axle GE power along with first generation diesels take boxcar tonnage for a ride on the main line. Foliage could indicate a date earlier, say from 1964. The U boats arrived on the prope... (more)
The signs of a bad balance sheet are visible in the aging fleet of power pulling Pennsy trains and the heavily worn jointed rails they rode on in the mid 60s.
Battered and bruised #5851 bends into view with a train at Marysville. PRR Class EP20. This is the eastbound Broadway Limited, taken on or near 21 June 1965 at about 5:50AM.
The PRR E8s are once again in charge of a CRHS Chartered Train. This time the Susquehanna Limited, which operated from Washington D.C. to Harrisburg via the NS Port Road Branch, Rockville Bridge, ... (more)
These next few uploads are from a box of random transparencies Al Chione had dupes made of. So perhaps you have one of these from Al's sets of John's slide duplicates. A G makes a move on the br... (more)
On a 4-track mainline Pennsy 2-10-4 class J1a 6403 has cut off from its train and is drifting toward the roundhouse for servicing and the crew to get off duty at Columbus, Ohio. The date was No... (more)
A Pennsy GG-1 in Waukesha, WI? In early 1995, the B&O Railroad Museum sent this GG-1 to the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, WI in exchange for a Fairbanks Morse H12-44. Here it sits in Wauk... (more)
Deep in the heart of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's main exhibit hall sits PRR H6sb 2-8-0 2846. The 1905-built Baldwin product sits at the head of a recreation of a typical short freight tr... (more)
A pair of Alco RS's with just the right amount of work grime on the flanks to show off the detail wait for a move in this 1956 view.
The eastbound Aerotrain makes a stop at Altoona. Note the PRR keystone is not on the pilot. Also that there were really no platforms in Altoona just walkways flush with the tracks. My good frie... (more)
Taken in the East Altoona pit with a PRR Police escort
Taken in the East Altoona pit with a PRR Police escort, 2 versions of PRR "heritage".
Taken in the East Altoona pit during the steam-diesel transition era with a PRR Police escort. The Alco diesels were classified RSD-7 on the Pennsy.
This is PRR's daily local, S71, which ran from Northumberland to Selinsgrove Jct., then out the Selinsgrove Secondary to the PP&L power plant in Shamokin Dam, PA. (coal loads). It then continued ... (more)