The old PRR/N&W coaling tower serves as focal point for a PC B-boat and PRR tender. The tender was used for fuel storage in it's post steam service days, the coal tower came down in the early 80s... (more)
Relatives, friends and spouses wait for their loved ones to get off the Lakeshore limited arriving at Worcester after a long overnight trip from Chicago. The old Penn Central E unit was a gift to ... (more)
A pair of U25-Bs power an Eastbound at ZY. This train did not stop for a crew change, so it may have been a Buffalo to Sayre train, as they rolled non stop thru Hornell.
The caboose track in Framingham Yard.
Penn Central 4903, leads an intercity passenger train. 18 months earlier, she pulled the RFK funeral train in her new black dress. Later, #4903 retired and moved to Texas where she is preserved ... (more)
A U23C and GP-9B still lettered for PC working as power for the Frontier Yard hump.
A PC lettered SD-38 and a CR RSD-5 switch cars at Seneca Yard.
Penn Central cabin car of PRR heritage sports fresh paint at Norry. Courtesy David Spohn, Sr. archives.
Readville to Selkirk freight is on the move again after picking up orders from the junction tower operator. Off to the side notice a smashed box car, one load that did not make the trip west that ... (more)
A pair of PC U-boats lead an Eastbound CR freight thru the Canisteo valley at Carson.
These U-25-Bs have not yet received a CR "patch" job and are still in full PC markings.
Along the road to Leyard I came upon a Penn Central freight at a grade crossing near Charleston. Luck was with me on this trip. The banjo crossing warning was an added feature.