First of three E units the CP owned, all E8As. A Roger Puta Photograph
The southbound Peninsula 400 makes a quick station stop at Menominee on a sunny April morning just over 49 years ago!
The Rock Island continued their own passenger service past Amtrak startup unable to afford cost of joining. The Rock Island train from the Quad Cities looks pretty nice as it rolls past.
Westbound Rock Island commuter train arriving Joliet
After a final check of the train, the crew of the "City of Grenada" photo charter/excursion prepares to board after all passengers are settled in.
Semaphore Signal, Dwarf Signal, Searchlights and a Pennsylvania E8A is a few of the things you can find at this small railroad museum south of Cincinnati.
Built for AGS in 1953, SARX 6913 served for NJT and Southern Railway before ending up at Southern Appalachia Railway Museum.
C&O's Cincinnati to Detroit train the "Cincinnatian" powered today by B&O's E8(A) No.1439.
Sunrise along the NEC the Juniata Terminal E8's. The special was a charter for the Lexington Group.
Mop meets Rock. On July 3, 1965, two weeks after massive floods shut down almost all rail service into Denver the situation along Colorado’s Joint Line is still far from normal. Missouri Pacific’s... (more)
Sunrise along the NEC greets a race between a NJT Train and the Juniata Terminal E8's. The special was a charter for the Lexington Group.
A grouping of Iowa Pacific's E8 fleet was showing lots of Illinois Central heritage as they sat around the Bensenville facility awaiting their next move.
A hostler moves Amtrak E8A 456 around Ivy City engine terminal in Washington, DC. The former PRR EMD survives today as PRR 5888 at the Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati.
A Empire Service Train. A Roger Puta Photograph
A fantastic consist of NCTM's finest, Southern Railway E8 number 6900 and Southern Railway FP7 number 6133 pull a unique passenger train around the property on National Train Day.