Cape May Seashore Lines' Easter Bunny Express runs eastbound on Conrail's Beesley's Point Secondary. Leading the special is PRR 7000, a restored GP9 that is on long term loan to the CMSL from the ... (more)
Pennsylvania class E7s 4-4-2 7002 has recently been returned to service by the Strasburg Railroad, joining PRR 4-4-0 1223. Here the two of them depart Leamon Place on the return trip to Strasburg.... (more)
Clear Sky Above - On Saturday, February 19, 1983, celebrated Amtrak GG1 4935 made what was expected to be its last trip under Pennsy wires, when two Amtrak GP9 “pumpkins” pulled the big electric f... (more)
After making the trip from Hyde to Hanover Jct. in secrecy, Steam Into History's newly leased GP10 poses next to the station just minutes before heading down the line to New Freedom where it will ... (more)
PRR 5809 poses by the restored Barber Junction Station built in 1898. This station was moved to the North Carolina Transportation Museum in 1980.
Pennsylvania Railroad No. 1223, borrowed from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania and the Strasburg Rail Road, leads the Nylon Express for DuPont through Greenwood, Del. The train celebrated the 5... (more)
Penn Central was less than a year old (and still solvent!) in December of 1968. A pair of GE E44 electrics still in PRR paint have brought a manifest over Newark Bay into the Greenville section of... (more)
PRR K4s No. 1361 drifts by ALTO Tower after a trip to Bellefonte. ALTO Tower was constructed in 1880, retired in 2012, and still stands today.
PRR GG1s and B1s, Queens, 1964. Sunnyside Yard was (and still is) the coach yard serving Manhattan's Penn Station.
That day's quest was the legendary DD1 side-rod electric, which didn't seem to... (more)
GG1 #4877 is getting ready to take the incoming passenger train to take it on to New York City
An eastbound Norfolk Southern manifest reaches the Allegheny Summit at 2,167 feet above sea level near Gallitzin, PA. The headlights from the oncoming train illuminate t... (more)
Looking a bit worse for wear after 28 years of outdoor display on Horseshoe Curve, PRR 1361 sits dead in tow behind UTLX in Altoona a few hours after leaving her pedestal. The locomotive now faces... (more)
The Jamestown Road bridge over the tracks on the West Slope provides more than just a crossing for vehicular traffic. The PRR Position Light Signals are mount... (more)
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)