The American Association of Railroad Superintendents excursion with PRR E8s 5711 and 5809, pass a Newark bound NJ Transit train.
OI-2 makes the turn off of the Port Reading Secondary (ex-Reading) onto the Chemical Coast Secondary (ex-CNJ) as a deer decides which way to run. In the foreground is the signal protecting the dia... (more)
Small train, big bridge. PRR E8s 5809 and 5711 lead a 5-car train over Newark Bay on the former Lehigh Valley Upper Bay Bridge, finished in 1930. The skyline of Newark can be seen beyond th... (more)
PRR 5809 and 5711 have just crossed over Newark Bay as they lead a 5-car train over Route 440 in Bayonne, NJ. The American Association of Railroad Superintendents used the Juniata Terminal E8s and... (more)
Bennett Levin's beautiful pair of PRR Tuscan Red E8's, shining in the July sun, roll past McKinley Street on their way back to Newark on an AARS excursion.
On Sunday, July 21, the American Association of Railroad Superintendents used the Juniata Terminal E8s and coaches from Juniata Terminal and the Morristown & Erie on a railtour of the Conrail Shar... (more)
Tuscan Red under all reds. All four heads on the signal bridge just north of the Metropark station display stops as PRR E8 5809 leads sister 5711 and five passenger cars underneath on a dea... (more)
Once the pride of the railroad across the street, now locked an eternal staredown welcoming visitors as they step into one of the country's greatest railroad museums.
The fireman climbs aboard PRR 5888 at twilight....
Pennsylvania Railroad class GG-1 2-C+C-2 electric #4935 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PA. With it's streamlined welded body styled by industrial designer Raymond Lo... (more)
PRR 4483 sits on the siding at Hamburg, NY awaiting further restoration.
The Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum.
It all started with an ad placed in the Altoona Mirror in 1966 with hopes of establishing a Railroad Museum in Altoona. Eventually, a plot was made av... (more)