The classic PRR signal bridge is silhouetted against light snow lite by an oncoming eastbound train.
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The signals on the Middle Division at PT174 near Horningford, PA. Five trains passed in a span of 40 minutes. Here an eastbound approaches silhouetting the ... (more)
Appropriate cars to be bringing up the markers on the first revenue run of the restored Amtrak GG-1 No. 4935; PRR No. 120, "Pennsylvania," and "Lionel-Ives," formerly PRR "... (more)
Who would've thoght this would happen in the 21st century? A duo of beautifully restored Bennett Levin's Pennsylvania Railroad E8A's run on OCS 100 (consisting of amfleets and 2 PRR private cars) ... (more)
The 1223 leads the 7002 on a special doubleheaded passenger extra for the Washington DC Chapter NRHS. 1223 could not lead on the main line because it was not equipped with cab signals, so it was ... (more)
Pennsy E8's Depart Penn Station
The station platform was packed with people minutes earlier, but now with the guests on board their train. Contrary to the countless Amtrak and ... (more)
Tuscan Red on the P&H
After shoving out of Newark-Penn Station the Conrail OCS is beginning the first leg of its day trip touring the Conrail Shared Asset routes in New Jersey.... (more)
A view of Rockville Bridge from behind doubleheaded steam pulling open-window coaches. The Lancaster Chapter NRHS excursion train powered by PRR 7002-1223 is heading west to just beyond the signa... (more)
The 1223 in freight service, with a covered hopper behind its tender. The 1223 was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad's Juniata Shops in 1905, and operated on the Strasburg Rail Road from 1965 to... (more)
The Blue Mountain and Reading’s 1986 railfan weekend included two trains running between Temple and Hamburg all day long on both days, with a rotating variety of locomotives. Among the featured po... (more)
Pennsy GG1 no. 4913 shows a fresh coat of paint in October 1982 at Altoona, PA. It is a feature member of the Altoona Railroaders' Memorial Museum.
The PRR 1223 and 7002 pose for the cameras in the first of two night photo sessions during the 1985 NRHS 50th Anniversary Convention, hosted by the Lancaster Chapter. The open-flash lighting was ... (more)
Amtrak E-60 #603
From the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's web site:
When Amtrak started operations on May 1, 1971, it initially relied on an inherited and aging fleet of G... (more)
The front end of two Budd built MU's on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
To the left, a sole PRR Metroliner Coach /Snack Bar EMU (Electric Multiple Unit) Car built in 1968. To ... (more)
PRR Metroliner Coach /Snack Bar EMU Car
The front end of one of the few remaining Budd built Metroliner EMU's (Electric Multiple Unit). This single powered coach/ snack bar passenger car... (more)