Old T1 tender sits at the south end of the Lumber St.Yard Chicago.
Pennsy steam on the CSX, with the PRR 7002 on its last lap from Strasburg to Hanover for the 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address. The next day, it would pull a trainload of reenactors and... (more)
The End of Steam
As the last sun of a March day illuminates the Northeast Corridor at Trenton, New Jersey, Amtrak train 82, the Silver Star, slows for its station stop. This... (more)
A Pennsy 4-4-2 and a Chessie U30B are unlikely stablemates in this scene- the occasion being the 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address. The PRR 7002 traveled from Strasburg the previous day... (more)
This PRR SW-1 is undergoing restoration by Pennsy Railcar Restoration which also owns the unit. The work is being done at the BR&W shop in Ringoes, NJ.
Pennsylvania Railroad freight with two GP35's and a GP30.
The PRR 7002 comes back to life at Strasburg, breaking through a red ribbon-bedecked paper barrier. Built in August, 1902 as the PRR 8063, the engine was renumbered to stand in for legendary spee... (more)
New Jersey DOT 4877, repainted in PRR’s Tuscan scheme, lays over in the South Amboy engine terminal. In the right background, an E8 can be seen on one of the engine house tracks. The 4877 survives... (more)
PRR K4s No. 1361 has come off the Conrail main line at Tyrone to board passengers for a round-trip to Bellefonte. At that time, the public was not permitted to ride between Altoona and Tyrone, so ... (more)
Pennsy stablemates- 1223 and 7002, once roamed free across the street and occasionally out on the mainline.
I am fortunate to be just old enough to have seen G's run in regular service. GG1 #4935 strikes an impressive pose at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
Pennsy E7 strikes a pose at the railroad museum of Pennsylvania.
Fresh out of the Strasburg Rail Road's shops, the classic GG-1 paint scheme as designer Raymond Loewy conceived it, with sans-serif Futura lettering. The 4859, built in December 1937 by Altoona/G... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad "Doodlebug" No. 4662 (now named the "Paul Revere" for its new owner, the Wilmington & Western) crosses the through-truss bridge at Ashland, Del., on a cha... (more)
PRR K4s No. 1361 is heading back to Altoona on the old PRR mainline after pulling a public excursion from Tyrone to Bellefonte over the Bald Eagle Branch.