Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 No. 4913 on display at the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum. No. 4913 was retired in 1980, serving Amtrak, then as No. 913.
PRR K-4s No. 1361 (2017)
PRR K4 1361's boiler and firebox sit on an old Norfolk Southern flat car inside the 7 stall "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Rail... (more)
PRR 4-6-2 K4s No. 1361 from the rear as seen at the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum. This is the infamous Belpair firebox which most would agree brought th... (more)
PRR K4 1361 sits in the "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Railroaders Memorial Museum, disassembled with various parts laid out on the floor... (more)
it is late afternoon and the Pennsy's summer time NORTHERN ARROW with sections headed for Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago via Fort Wayne has backed out onto the railroad dock to pick up passenge... (more)
Brookville BFA 4T Locomotive - on display in front of the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum - by the parking lot.
"Brookville Equipment Corporation, based in Brookville, Pennsylvania, Un... (more)
The Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum
The Museum building is the former PRR master mechanics building which was built in 1882 and was once an extensive testing laboratory for the railroad. Th... (more)
Repainted GG1 #4877 leads the "Farewell to the GG1" special over the large stone bridge at Coatesville, PA
The NORTHERN ARROW was made up of sections from Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. It operated during the summer months to bring tourists and cottage owners to northern Michigan resorts. Its dest... (more)
Blackjack on display.
Old Rivets ID tag.
Recently debuted, cosmetic restoration of the "Lindbergh Engine," PRR Atlantic #460.
Hiding in the Hedgerow
Just three and one half years after being repainted in a Pennsylvania Railroad scheme, Amtrak GG1 4935 was retired and placed in storage at Amtrak’s Wilmingt... (more)
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)