While a trolley waits for cross-platform transfers, a set of PRR E8s pull into town with the overnight train. Unfortunately, the modern mall building, catenary poles and coaches give away the date... (more)
After unloading the passengers they brought in on a special excursion from Philadelphia, PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 pull forward to head toward the roundhouse area, passing another visitor in town for ... (more)
Deep in the Delaware Water Gap, PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 ease around Point of Gap curve with Mount Tammany looming in the background. The E8s were leading an excursion from Philadelphia to Scranton f... (more)
Altoona Railfest 2007 excursion train returns to Altoona after the first trip of the day around Horseshoe Curve.
Make no mistake that I'm well aware that the suns a bit high and the trucks aren't lit, but it's the Pennsy E's passing AR tower on a nice summer day and after an all night 500 mile drive that's g... (more)
The E's make their last run up the mountain as they exit the 1995 enlarged double track tunnel at Gallitzin, while someone in the first car gets some good pics.
Pennsylvania E8s 5711 & 5809 pull the Amtrak Special through the tunnel at Gallitzin, PA on their 4th and final trip of the day.
PRR 5711 makes it's last run of the day as it pops out of the tunnels at Gallitzin. In the background, you can see roads meandering up to the top of tunnel hill.
The Railfest excursion heads out of the Gallitzin Tunnel on an extra run since they did not head to Pittsburgh as in years past.
The Amtrak Special working its way around the famous Horseshoe Curve during Altoona RailFest 2009.
The Pennsy E8's have cut away from their train and where in the middle of their runaround move and are now stuck in the hole with the passenger consist behind the double stack train. It would be a... (more)
Juniata Terminal's PRR EMD E-8's pull a 10 car consist out of the single track Portage Tunnel for another trip around Horseshoe Curve during Railfest 2007
Under the careful watch of the conductor for 11J, the Susquehanna snakes its way through Bethlehem passing NS 11J as it makes its way toward Scranton.
This is what I call lucky! Last bit of light and I nabbed the E8's.
The old farmers bridge at Wilmore makes a nice backdrop as The Gateway Tripper rolls through a superelevated curve at track speed toward her overnight stay in Pittsburgh.