The first double-headed Pennsylvania Railroad steam combination since the PRR dropped its fires in the 1950’s pull a train out of the Groffs siding on the Strasburg Rai... (more)
Together Again for the First Time
When Strasburg’s ex-Canadian National 2-6-0 89 needed to receive major work, the staple of Pennsylvania Dutch country tourist attractions needed t... (more)
The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. This m... (more)
Have you visited the Allentown & Auburn RR? The group hosted a group event on 7/30/2016 that included train rides and food. Former Pennsylvania Railroad "Doodlebug" 4666 is undergoing a ... (more)
Museum street! The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania and the Strasburg Rail Road sit on opposite sides of the road in Strasburg PA. With extensive and complementary collections, it makes for a great... (more)
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Amtrak's venerable "Solari Board", installed in the early 1980's, cycles through train departure and arrival times displayed on rota... (more)
The cavernous interior of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station - looking east. The stairs lead to subterranean tracks below serviced by both Amtrak and NJT. The right, the food court and to the fa... (more)
The cavernous interior of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station - looking west. Note the Michael the Arch Angel WWII memorial statue to the right.
The industrial-aged clerestory roof of Penn Station Newark runs on the platform between tracks 3 and 4 and can be looked straight down when coming down the ramp from the PATH's second story inboun... (more)
With a Conrail freight waiting in the siding, repainted GG1 #4877 leads the "Farewell too the GG1" special on the Port Road at Safe Harbor. The massive bridge is the PRR Atglen & Susque... (more)
Displayed at the 100th Anniversary celebration for Union Station; wonder if these two had met before at this location? (On the lower level, of course.)
The "Quaker City" bringing up the rear of the "Midday Congressional/Silver Star" as it heads for Penn Station in New York City.
The original #7002 was scrapped, so they had to renumber #8063 to represent the so called land speed record setter of steam engines. Here with #94 coming up beside her.