A Pennsy yard switcher 2-10-0 4552 class I1sa waits for a PRR Baldwin shark nose RF-15 to clear a diamond in Columbus, Ohio yard.
Pair of GG1's waiting for work while parked on the PRR-PRSL west-bound connector (the line that connects Atlantic City NJ with the Pennsy main line north of Phila.) Apparently, not enough traffic... (more)
This Ex-Pennsy Unit has had a hard life the past few years sitting out in the elements in Jackson, but supposedly they have money to repaint it. I look forward to seeing it shiny again.
Baltimore's Pennsylvania Station bw
Juniata Terminal's restored PRR E8s #5809 and #5711 lead a 16 car train through Perryman splitting the PRR signals over head on a "Susquehanna Limited" excursion from D.C. to Harrisburg and return... (more)
The Susquehanna Limited cruises over the former PRR arch bridge over the Swatara Creek. After crossing the creek, the special will diverge off the Amtrak line onto NS's freight-only Royalto... (more)
On the southbound return leg of the Susquehanna Limited trip to Harrisburg, PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 lead the 16-car train past the closed, bricked-up COLA tower on the formerly electrified Po... (more)
The Susquehanna Limited, featuring the beautifully restored Pennsy E8s crosses the Susquehanna River on the famed Rockville Bridge. The trip was sponsored by the Conrail Historical Society making ... (more)
Security is standing by while the Susquhanna valley limited arrives in the yard.
PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 and Amtrak P42DC 169 ease on the 110-year-old Rockville Bridge as the Susquehanna Limited crosses the trip's namesake river during the circle trip from Washington, DC ... (more)
PRR class J1 2-10-4 6448 is beside the coaling tower at Columbus, Ohio on Nov. 2, 1957, exactly 25 days before the PRR killed the last fire and declared itself all-diesel or electric.