This old GG-1 fan's fun meter is pinned. The United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey based in Boonton NJ has pulled off the amazing feat of cosmetically restoring in the space of a year, ... (more)
Newly restored Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 4879, poses next to 4877, at the United Railroad Historical Society Boonton restoration yard.
Army-Navy football specials are lined up in the yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
G's are stacked up with Army-Navy trains, laying over in the yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
Standby power lays over in the coach yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
"The Pacific Express at Binghamton"
The train departs Binghamton as it crosses the Chenango River on the Erie bridge. The train will continue west along the Southern Tier... (more)
"The Pacific Express at Kirkwood"
The pair of Pennsylvania Railroad E8As run west on the former Erie at Kirkwood just east of Binghamton. This will be the first major mil... (more)
PRR #1223; spending her days after retirement from the Pennsylvania Railroad quite well. She was a star in the films BROADWAY LIMITED and HELLO, DOLLY! She was there during a famous moment for the... (more)
One of the famed PRR mainline engines, the #7002 (#8063) which ran doubleheaders with #1223 for the Strasburg Railroad. It now rests in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania . . . across the street ... (more)
"Keystones on the Lackawanna"
A pair of beautifully restored Pennsylvania Railroad E8As at the Lackawanna Railroad's Hoboken Terminal the night before the "Pacific E... (more)
The lowly PRR local works past the depot in Riverside on the last day of the Pennsylvania Railroad, tomorrow it's "Penn Central".
On the last day of PRR's corporate existence, John is photographing what he can of his beloved PRR. That meant aiming his camera at the PRR environs in Riverside, N.J., including the keystone sign... (more)
The photographer's first trip to Altoona after the mating of the worms in February, 1968, and no signs of changes at the former PRR car shops in Altoona..yet.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: This strange critter is an Atlas Car Pusher. Built in 1920, this electric 3'6" gauge car pusher drew power from a third rail centered between the rai... (more)