For the RP.net rivet counters: The prototype GG1 from 1935 featured a riveted body, seen here in this Ansco-Color view as the train makes a stop at South Amboy. Lurking a few hundred feet behind ... (more)
Pennsy FM C16-4 is leaving the tunnel at Gallitzin, PA trailing lots of engine smoke in the summer of 1960.
The hazy skies of the Steel City dominate the downtown skyline scene in this view as seen from the platforms during PRR's early 50's station renovation. A pair of PRR E8's in Brunswick Green hav... (more)
The Q2 Duplexes are reported to have been retired by '51 (wiki), but John was told that they died 6 months prior to his arrival in Crestline. Let the debate begin. Here are the largest non-artic... (more)
Less than a year old, PRR 5804 gets readied for departure to Chicago at 11am as seen in this Ansco Color view. PRR was renovating their Pittsburgh terminal at the time of this photo, pardon the w... (more)
A very rare Pennsy FM H20-44 leads a set of Alco FA1's up the hill at Gallitzin,PA. Note the downbound train on the adjacent track with at least 6 units.
Pennsy Alco RS3 is badly in need of a wash while sitting in Emporium, PA.
The OTHER 3751.
Bennett Levin's restored Pennsylvania E-8s 5711 and 5809 lead 7 Tuscan red office cars south on the Buffalo Line towards Harrisburg. The consist included: Observation Pennsylvania 120, Coa... (more)
Should I stay or should I go? PRR 5473 makes traffic wait at Bridge Ave. Ansco Color original.
A commuter train departs Red Bank. The engine is crossing a diamond of the CNJ line to southern NJ. Ansco Color original.
Part of Altoona's Railfest was the opportunity to take an overnight train from Altoona to Pittsburgh and return the following morning. Here, the Steel City Limited, with PRR E8A 5711 leading is a... (more)
Bennett Levin's restored PRR E-8s 5809 and 5711 power the 855 west through Fostoria, PA as the train makes its way to Railfest in Altoona.
Bennett Levin's PRR E-8s 5809 and 5711 lead the Flaming Foliage Express northbound as it passes under the signal bridge at MP 199 on the NS Buffalo Line bound for Renovo.
A light duty crane is spotted next to the sandhouse.