The stark view of just another pusher set shoving tonnage up the mountain leaving town is in concert with the harsh July sunlight conditions this was taken in, some 60 years ago at the soon to-be-... (more)
Action on the Mon line under the Duquense Incline. PRR Class FS20m.
As a westbound freight approaches a signal on the west side of the Monongahela River, passing under the Duquense Incline, my friend the late William Rosenberg waves at me. PRR Class EF45.
Tonnage rolls near the Duquense Incline at the confluence of the three rivers. The bridge in the background is the West End Bridge over the Ohio. PRR Class EF45.
After getting her fresh coating of wax, sort of ironic how PRR 4465, shines enough to show the reflextion of her neighbor on the next track, CR 2233. What is ironic and iconic about this image is... (more)
PRR 4465 is getting her fresh waxing in preperation for upcoming NS days 6/1 & 6/2. All the locomotives are starting to be prepared for the special event.
PRR 5901 glistens as the late afternoon sun shines on her lighting her up as she show of her fresh waxing in preperation for upcoming NS days 6/1 & 6/2. All the locomotives are starting to be pre... (more)
Riding a Pitcairn local, an eastbound headed by an EP40 passes us.
A view from an excrsion train is captured by John's camera, out on the mainline enroute to Pittsburgh. John rode a fantrip from Massillon, OH to Pittsburgh before riding the Pittsburgh & Shawmut ... (more)
A view from an excursion train is captured by John's camera, somewhere out on the mainline south of Conway, PA.
Only 7 roads bought U25C's new, a total of 113. One of Pennsy's 20 runs light with a U28C just south of Enola Yard.
On a special run to Chicago for the National Train Day event, Bennett Levin's restored Pennsy E8s split the New York Central signals just west of Swanton at track speed.
The ill-fated Aerotrain crosses the Rockville bridge in what is believed to be early 1956, enroute to Pittsburgh, PA.
The ill-fated Aerotrain leaves the station enroute to Pittsburgh, The train began running on the PRR in February, 1956 and continued for nine months.
Bennett Levin's PRR E8s lead an afternoon excursion trip around famed Horseshoe Curve. Later in that day, they would head more)