A yard worker pulls up in a Dodge Power Wagon to check out PRR GG-1 4877 before it heads out on its next trip. Thanks to Kevin Phalon and the URHS for arranging the night session at their yard in ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 4877, beautifully restored to it's original nine part black Brunswick Green paint, shares the limelight with Norfolk Southern's EMD SD70ACe No. 1474 Lackawanna Heritage ... (more)
10N knocks down the signal at MP 211 caused a change from "clear" to "stop" on track 1.
On a Sunday July 21st the 117th Annual AARS meeting came to NJ. They used the famous Juniata Terminal Company PRR E8's for power. They pulled 3 Morristown & Erie passengers cars & 2 Juniata cars... (more)
These classic PRR Position Light Signals stand tall and guard movements along the railroad at Port Royal, PA. Time however is not on their side as they are scheduled for removal sometime within th... (more)
PRR #4666, a JG Brill OEG 350 Diesel-electric Doodlebug sits patiently at the Black River and Western awaiting her return to glory. The unit once ran at the New Hope and Ivyland in the early 70's... (more)
PRR K-4 1361's tender has finished the majority of its restoration. It sits inside Altoona Pipe and Steel's fence. All it needs now is a coat of paint and an assembled K-4 to go with it.
Juniata Terminal's former Pennsy E8s 5711 and 5809 pull the return leg of the CRHS Susquehanna Limited across the Bush River Bridge south of Perryville, MD.
No, it's not Manhattan Transfer, it's the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. PRR K4 3750 and the last remaining DD1 set, with PRR 3636 leading, are posed at the entrance to the museum. These two loc... (more)
Bennett Levin's E8's and 2 cars deadhead back to Philadelphia after pulling the "Susquehanna Limited" the day before.
Although he was a non-member, an unknown deceased railfan's wife donated his slides to the Akron Railroad Club. Members were allowed to take a few partially-loaded trays of what were mostly second... (more)
The American Association of Railroad Superintendents excursion with PRR E8s 5711 and 5809, pass a Newark bound NJ Transit train.