The Glamour engines of Penn Central were the SD45s and GP38s. When available one or the other would lead westbound freights out of Boston. For a short while, very short while, PC was the success ... (more)
3 GE U36B demonstrators are westbound on Penn Central train LS3 at Canfield Jct. Ontario. Apparently this was a short lived model at GE where less than 150 were built.
Why did the crew decide to open the nose door? Must have been some real air conditioning on this cold day. Train is heading over the B&M to Mechanicsville Yard.
Still in PRR paint, crossing Raritan River on a hot summer evening
Just rolling in from NYP
A trio of E units ease back onto their train on a misty Saturday morning.
E8s and P70s - both nearing the end of long lives.
North along the Hudson
Morning trains to GCT layover at ratty Poughkeepsie passenger station. ex-NH bridge over Hudson in background.
Salt City Express bound for Syracuse arrives at Croton-Harmon for its engine change.
Lots to see in this view south of Roosevelt Road
This is what's left of the former PRR's "Admiral"
A westbound CR Trail Van train slowly climbs upgrade at MG Tower on April 29, 1977 with SD45 No. 6125 and SDP45 No. 6680.
Mood reflects the prospects for U.S. passenger rail at the time