Penn Central The worm logo, as it came to be called by observers, made its debut on Feb. 1 1968 with the creation of Penn Central Transportation Company. Ten years in the making, this merg... (more)
A Westbound CR freight is working hard as it blasts around the curve at the East end of the Portage Bridge. There was no 10mph slow order in effect at this time for trains crossing the bridge. A m... (more)
A couple of "old rides" parked at Hornell.
a PC trainsfer running on TRRA trackage along waterfront of Mississippi River adjacent Gateway Arch in St Louis
High speed mainline varnish with GP9s, they said it could not be done. When Penn Central took over New Haven operations the passenger power (FL9s0 were sent to third rail country leaving the shore... (more)
U25Bs were common in 1973...
Freight and passenger power share this sprawling engine terminal with a handful of RDCs.
Two sets of FL9s and commuter cars rest out the weekend at the classic New York Central Poughkeepsie station. These were among the few Penn Central engines with any color to them, having been pain... (more)
A solid hookup of the same locomotive type is bringing the Providence to Selkirk through the four track wide thoroughfare at Attleboro. Every night for several years the young boys on the right wo... (more)
Night fall in Pavonia brings out night trains. In the middle of the image three switch jobs wait for an RS-11 to clear. All are waiting for a freight way left background to clear the yard. On the ... (more)
Looks like a caboose hop returning from a transfer to Decoursey Yard; appears to be heading for the L&N bridge between Newport, KY and Cincinnati
A PC track inspector works the main. For a collection of shots taken on this trip see the Godfatherrails.com Channel>