Former EL/Erie facility, now Conrail
Now Conrail, but no visible evidence on this unit...however, likely wouldn't have been at Croxton in EL days!
Ready to head east
Units on HB-3 have pulled up to talk with NY74's crew
A Richard Beal photo, a PC U33B goes for a spin on the turntable at Livernois Yard, looks ratty at the end of the PC days. Almsot as beat up as that old roundhouse!
A Richard Beal photo, a PC alco snorts around the yard on this 1976 day
Yes it did look like and sound like an airplane. At the time of this picture security on the Penn-Central was very lax on the right of way. The photographer in front of me is obviously in a danger... (more)
United Aircraft and DOT joined the Penn Central in operating the Turbotrain between Boston and New York.
It was a success with the passengers, but did fit with conventional trains in operations. ... (more)
After the hasty merger of the Pennsy and the NYC The railroad names and heralds were sanded off and sometimes never replaced with any railroad name on the earlier motive power.
Older ACMU set (left) waits out the weekend with newer M-1s