Carman guides GG-1 4907 on to its next assigned train.
Silhouette of ex NYC F7's on Westbound Santa Fe train approaching FT. Madison.
PC 4879 ready to take the Ney York section of the Crescent North
The renumbering paint on this ex New Haven geep was hardly dry yet it was wearing thin and so was the future of the Penn Central. This image depicts many bygone symbols, B&M S2, New Haven GP9 and ... (more)
Is this the only locomotive left painted for Penn Central?
Former New Haven, ex Virginian motors laying over at the Meadows enging facility.
SD35 on a helper set shoving a westbound train up the hill.
Just another GP-40 with roots back to NYC. This unit will soon become Conrail 3022 and continue service well inot the 80's
With less then a month until Conrail was formed, PC 8122 leads CP's Toronto-Hamilton Starlight at the TH&B Aberdeen Yard. This daily train normally pooled Penn Central and Toronto Hamilton & Buff... (more)
Northbound set of MP54 m.u. cars with a local loads passengers at the old low level platform at Princeton Jct.
Six days before Amtrak, southbound PC Metroliner 109 overtakes a GG1-led train in a reverse curve just north of Monmouth Jct, NJ.
Southbound Metroliner raises dust through Princeton Junction---and man, he's really rolling!
New Haven "washboard" electrics under Penn Central ownership are westbound along side I-95 and about to stop at New Rochelle.
A four car Amtrak Metroliner at speed lead by Snack Bar Coach 856 still lettered PC. The outline of the Pennsylvania RR Keystone emblem is still visible below PC 856's number.
Two PC E-44s eastbound through north end of Earnest Yard. PC rostered 66 E-44s numbered 4400-4465, all exPRR same number. Rated at 4400hp built 1960-1963. All went to CONRAIL, same numbers. PC 442... (more)