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Photo ID: 590732

The Broadway Limited heads into the morning sun, with one of the GG-1s not picked up by Amtrak- No. 4894, built by PRR/GE in April 1940. I'm sure the passengers in the duplex sleeper right behind... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4894
Train ID: AMTK 40
Photo Date: August 19, 1975


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Sep 27, 2016

Views: 794
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Photo ID: 590310

Valentine's Day 1976, and the Penn Central Era is drawing to a close, as two GG-1s head west on the A&S Branch. The 4870 was built by PRR/Westinghouse in December 1938, and its sister No. 4838 wa... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: Marietta, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4870
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February 14, 1976


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Sep 24, 2016

Views: 1,052
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Photo ID: 590107

An E44-powered freight slowly moves off the Columbia Branch, crossing Walnut Street and passing the 1877-built PRR station. Note the high trolley wire within the terminal area. No. 4421 was buil... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: E-44
Location: Columbia, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4421
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March, 1976


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Sep 22, 2016

Views: 2,535
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Photo ID: 590032

A very bad day for a Penn Central U25C- talk about smoking up the catenary! Built by GE in December 1965 for the PRR, the 6511 would survive into the Conrail era, eventually renumbered as 6811.

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GE U25C
Location: Washington Boro, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 6511
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February, 1976


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Sep 22, 2016

Views: 3,068
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Photo ID: 586852

Two Penn Central GG-1s lead an eastbound manifest down the Susquehanna Valley at the west end of Lake Siding, as seen from the aerie of Chickies Rock.

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: Marietta, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November, 1975


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Aug 24, 2016

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Photo ID: 586201

In 1968, GE raised the horsepower on its models, this time to 3300hp. Like its B-B brother the U33B, the U33C is also characterized by large "wings" on the long hood. Penn Central numb... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GE U33C
Location: Syracuse, New York, USA
Locomotive #: PC 6556
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 10, 1975


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By: Roger Lalonde

Added: Aug 18, 2016

Views: 1,456
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Photo ID: 584960

Former New York Central 6 Double Bedroom Lounge sleeping car

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: Sleeper Lounge
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: PC Laurel Stream
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 31, 1970


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By: George W. Hamlin

Added: Aug 04, 2016

Views: 1,528
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Photo ID: 584340

Two E44’s have arrived at Enola, and are bringing their train into the westbound receiving yard.

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: E-44
Location: Enola, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4443
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 08, 1977


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Jul 30, 2016

Views: 1,278
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Photo ID: 583366

The Pennsy's merger with rival New York Central is only a few months old, so GG-1 4852 still wears its native paint as it awaits its next assignment.

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GG-1
Location: New York, New York, USA
Locomotive #: 4852
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May, 1968


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By: Bob Edmonson

Added: Jul 21, 2016

Views: 5,184
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Photo ID: 583196

Amtrak's westbound North Coast Hiawatha photographed from Hilton's Hill in Brookfield,WI..

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: EMD E8(A)
Location: Brookfield, Wisconsin, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4252
Train ID: AMTK 9
Photo Date: 1972


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By: Tom Farence

Added: Jul 19, 2016

Views: 1,399
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Photo ID: 582618

Ex-PRR Chicago/Valparaiso commuter train in Amtrak's ex-PRR coach yard.

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: EMD GP7
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: PC 5859
Train ID: Valpo Commuter
Photo Date: 1974


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By: Tom Farence

Added: Jul 13, 2016

Views: 1,037
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Photo ID: 581420

Valentine's Day 1976, with an A-B-A set of eastbound ex-PRR GP9s. This 5,250 hp combo was probably the final nail in the coffin for PRR steam on its old Middle Division, supplanting the storied M... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Marietta, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 7235
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February 14, 1976


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By: Bob Kise

Added: Jun 29, 2016

Views: 1,124
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Photo ID: 580772

Consecutively numbered E8’s thread their way through the engine terminal leads at South Amboy, New Jersey. While noted for being the home of the last operating GG1’s, the non-electrified territory... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: EMD E8(A)
Location: South Amboy, New Jersey, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4326
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 23, 1979


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Jun 22, 2016

Views: 3,435
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Photo ID: 580674

These Jets are Grounded

New Haven’s ten 1954 General Electric EP5 rectifier electric locomotives had extremely loud blowers, earning them the moniker “jets”. With their sleek line... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: GE EP5 Eletric
Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Locomotive #: PC 4973
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 20, 1978


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Jun 21, 2016

Views: 3,353
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Photo ID: 580604

Soon after the formation of Conrail, Mingo Junction, Ohio received a reputation for being the center of the Conrail Alco universe. Here an RS27 stands with two EMD switchers in front of the sandin... (more)

Railroad: Penn Central
Locomotive: Alco RS27
Location: Mingo Junction, Ohio, USA
Locomotive #: PC 2407
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 20, 1978


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By: Doug Lilly

Added: Jun 21, 2016

Views: 2,110
Comments: 1

Favorited: 16

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