Erie 833 sits under the stars on the turntable in Port Jervis. This unit has seen its fair share of action. Starting with it's career on the Erie followed by the Erie Lackawanna and finally a stin... (more)
Erie Lackawanna Train no. 1, the westbound Phoebe Snow, is ready to depart Hoboken for Scranton, Binghamton, Elmira, Jamestown, Youngstown and points west for Chicago.
Another of the Blue Ribbon Fleet is ready to roll at Harrisburg but note that the engineer is looking at me, a teenaged picture-taker, standing out on the platform. PRR class EP22
Amtrak's Empire Builder eastbound at the west end of Portage Yard on the eastward track coming in for the station stop. Note the semaphore signal for the westbound main as this was the signal syst... (more)
Lexington Group special prepares for departure from Scranton, PA
Although this E8 looks great in FEC paint, it never actually worked for the railroad. Built in 1952 for the PRR.
The PANAMA LIMITED arrives in Chicago on a snowy February morning.
A colorful assortment of power sits at the Ivy City Engine Terminal in Washington DC on a September day in 1975. Front and center is Southern Railway E8A 6905 (ex-SOU 2928, built 9/51), still in ... (more)
Looking a bit worse for the wear, Pennsy's E8 4299 leads Train 22 "Manhattan Limited" out of Chicago Union Station on Oct. 8, 1968, headed for Pennsylvania Station in New York City 907 miles away... (more)
Seaboard E8(A) 3053 has completed switching out some local traffic from Train No. 3 at Raleigh and pauses briefly before to going back to the train.
Canadian Pacific operated the only three E8's in Canada. #1800, 1801, 1802.
Amtrak is over a year old, but 1446 - which would become Amtrak 202 - still wears its B&O dress. The Floridian would grow to a point where 2 SDP40Fs would be required, but then would be discontin... (more)
Two Nashville & Eastern New York Central painted E8's
lead an eastbound excursion near Lebanon.
After making a flag stop at Bureau, the Quad City Rocket departs Bureau and continues its journey to LaSalle Street Station in Chicago.