While it looks like a Pennsy E-8, on Oct. 7, 1968 the 4274, looking the worse for wear, was actually Penn Central leading 4-car Train 14 from always-busy Chicago Union Station en route to Detroit... (more)
Even after all these years you can still find remnants of the Penn Central riding the rails.
Two iconic symbols of railroading in the late 1960s and early 1970s, PC "worms" and an ACI label, remain intact in 2013. This former Penn Central 890000-series Pullman Standard 4785 cu.ft. cover... (more)
PC SD45 No. 6162 teams up with a SD40 and a SD35 to lift an ore drag up the East Slope below Horseshoe Curve on July 18, 1975. Looking back, I was amazed on that trip to see how much ore PC was m... (more)
PC RDC-1 still lettered NYC with Beeliner strips.
From my slide collection by an unknown photographer.
A westbound PC manifest makes a double at the west end of Enola Yard on November 22, 1975, led by SD35 No. 6033.
Former New Haven 2001
Former New Haven 374. Wikipedia says the New Haven had 10 of these units, so you're looking at half the fleet.
Former PRR 9242
In a scene that was unfortunately all too familiar at the time, a PC GP9 shoves a wreck train off Rockville Bridge and into Enola Yard on Nov. 22, 1975.
Two PC SD40s slug upgrade at MG Tower with a Trailvan Train on a steamy July 18, 1975.
Westbound Penn Central freight train at Bay Junction in West Detroit, Michigan, on October 14, 1973. The large building at the left is General Motors' Cadillac plant. Photograph by more)
A PC runthrough train is about to pass under BN's triple track "speedway" at La Grange on the IHB
A weathered ex-Pennsy F7 is teamed with an ex-New York Central F7, and will be crossing the Rockville Bridge momentarily. Note the red P variation on the second unit.
Colorful Penn Central! A GP30 with the red P variation slowly starts its train westward, as another train pulls eastward onto the Rockville Bridge