Bennet Levin's Pennsylvania Railroad E8 #5809 makes a late night arrival at Southern's Barber Junction Station in Spencer, NC. The Philadelphia based locomotive was positioned by the relocated 189... (more)
Bennet Levin's Pennsylvania Railroad E8 #5809 makes an arrival at Southern's Barber Junction Station in Spencer, NC. The Philadelphia based locomotive was on display during the NCTM's "Strea... (more)
PRR K-4s No. 1361 (2007)
The Pennsylvania Railroad's 1918 Juniata Shop built K-4s No. 1361 captured here back in 2007 at Steamtown's former DL&W back shop. No. 1361 at this point had be... (more)
The Pennsylvania Railroad's 1918 Juniata Shop built K-4s No. 1361 captured here back in 2007 at Steamtown's former DL&W back shop. No. 1361 had been here 11 yea... (more)
PRR K-4s No. 1361 (2010)
Awaiting a less than triumphant return to Altoona. PRR K-4s 4-6-2 #1361 sits in the former DL&W roundhouse at Steamtown in Scranton, PA after a failed attempt t... (more)
It’s the 1986 Blue Mountain & Reading Railfan Weekend, and two trains are running all day long, with different power on almost every trip. In preparation for meeting a southbound train pulled by R... (more)
Passengers disembarking from the "Midday Congressional" from New York
The Silent WatcherLong-silent Pennsylvania Railroad GP9 #7048 stands watch over Horseshoe Curve. In September, she will have been here for 30 years--2 years longer than 1361 was. On... (more)
Twenty-Seven and a half minutes elapse in this collection of four shots layered together as the Pennsy signal bridge at AR (Allegheny Range) stands tall against the backdrop of the swirling night ... (more)
An early Penn Central version of the "South Wind", as it approaches Louisville. Note the red/white "worms" on the PC emblem on the second unit
Pennsylvania GG1 No. 4890 sits in the house track at Waukesha, Wisconsin, on a cold January 14, 1995, night, during a moving trip on Wisconsin Central. The Raymond Loewy-designed streamlined elect... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad G5s Juniata class of 1924 with E7 5901 in background.
Pennsylvania Railroad D16sb class "American" type, Altoona Works class of 1905 and star of the 1969 film; "Hello, Dolly!" (sorry, Barbara Streisand) Ronks, PA June 2016.
The "East Coast Champion" passing Nassau Tower on its way south
A Pennsy transfer pounds the iron under the Eads Bridge.